It is amazing that the VT highway engineers still are
stuck in the last century. Of course there is no
leadership from the governor's office, or, for that
matter, the bikeped coalition, when it comes to
The administration shows about the same level of
energy intelligence with highways as it does with wind
I believe it would be great if a hundred, or a
thousand cyclists called the governor, and told him to
go ahead with the Clarendon and other roundabouts.
I say this, as a cyclist who has traversed several
hundred roundabouts, of all sizes, mostly in Europe
about 5 years ago.
On the otherhand, the governor's policies will only
help gas reach 3 or 4 or 5 bucks a gallon, and soon
leaving the roads, stoplighted intersections, and the
3 lowly Vt roundabouts completely open for cyclists.
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