Letters

How about a speed bump?

Re: “How about a speed bump?”, Aug. 13, PNR.

After almost being t-boned last March (with my young daughter onboard) by a woman who drove straight into the McTavish interchange from Canora (despite the flashing warning sign), the ‘speed bump’ idea suggested by your previous writer gets my absolute support!

It’s a simple but brilliant idea.

My father-in-law also had a great idea when he suggested that we colour-code the traffic routes.

Simple soultions would make it easier for all.

Heather Brost

North Saanich

 

 

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