Lets consider the danger to pedestrians and bicycle riders. That seems to be such a No. 1 priority to the city.

One-way streets allows two right-turn-after-stops. Most motorists do not stop, causing accidents to car, foot and bicycle traffic.

Two-way streets allows two-times the danger with four right-turn-after-stops. Lets also consider delivery trucks now blocking one of four lanes.

Two-way streets, blocked, would allow one lane of travel, a problem especially during peak traffic. 

With all the texting, speeding and other distractions, drivers will cross center lines on the narrow streets.

Should we even think of winter and snow removal problems?

Chuck Pierce

Davenport

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