Comment 81242

By SpaceMonkey (registered) | Posted September 25, 2012 at 19:03:12

One of the more bizarre arguments against converting Hamilton's network of one-way streets to two-way is the claim that a ... collision or lane closure would cause bigger problems on a two-way network than on a one-way network.

Where was this argument made? If one way proponents are making this argument, it certainly isn't a strong one. I can't remember seeing that argument being made around this blog. Can anyone point me to where someone tried to argue the above?

What I have seen people suggest is that reducing the total number of lanes in the city could, likely, cause traffic disruption.

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