Aug 25th, 2017 by John O’Neill
Development, traffic growing, creating a cluster jam. How to improve it.
Mar 30th, 2017 by John O’Neill
More turning lights, high-visibility crosswalks, make Farwell a two-way street.
Feb 10th, 2017 by John O’Neill
Two streets also intersect (poorly) with Muskego Ave. Congestion, confusion results.
Jan 30th, 2017 by John O’Neill
With growing density and auto, bike and pedestrian traffic. Is there a solution?
Apr 14th, 2016 by John O’Neill
The intersection should be Tosa’s symbolic center, rather than something to rush through.
Jan 27th, 2016 by John O’Neill
An ugly area with long lines of traffic getting off the freeway, it needs a serious fix.
Jan 7th, 2016 by John O’Neill
Roosevelt Dr. also flows into intersection. It’s a mess the city needs to address.
Dec 7th, 2015 by John O’Neill
Too car-oriented with too much pavement, it could become a vibrant intersection after some changes.
Sep 23rd, 2015 by John O’Neill
Once a junction of architectural splendor, it needs serious work by the city to revive it.
Jul 13th, 2015 by Rachel Quednau
It’s already quite vibrant, but changes like turning Prospect and Farwell into two-way streets could improve it.
May 7th, 2015 by Rachel Quednau
Talk about car-centric. And what a huge parking lot. Yes, it can be improved.
Feb 26th, 2015 by Rachel Quednau
It’s almost an empty wasteland. It can’t get worse, but how much can it improve?