Monday, April 14, 2008

Ash Street Construction and Jaywalkers Beware

Lots going on locally this week in the transportation world. Here's the roundup for the week of April 14 from the Spokesman-Review's 'Getting There' column.

One of the articles deals with a sting operation to bust jaywalkers (insert dramatic music here). I walk downtown all the time and I have to admit, if you want to get anywhere on time, you kind of have to jaywalk. So do you agree or disagree? Are you morally opposed to jaywalking?

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