Should the city prohibit left turns at six intersections on 23rd Street from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. to speed the flow of traffic?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on November 30, 2004
“I don’t think it’s necessary. The traffic can be bad, but the left-hand turning lanes take care of most of it.”
“Yes. It will help the flow during the rough hours.”
“No. Granted, traffic is bad, but it would be really annoying not to be able to turn left, and have to go all the way around.”
“Yes, to speed up rush-hour traffic. If they had the money, then more left-hand turning lanes would be a nice alternative.”