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I really don't think this plan has been made by people who travel the bridge. Traffic already slows on both ends because of the curve on the East side and curve plus lights on the West. Circles = superfluous, and will definitely not have public usage a la Dupont.

As for a toll, while there are many, many commuters that cross the bridge, folks do realize it is also an important connector for folks in the poorest Ward to the rest of the city? So a toll = poverty tax for some.

Finally, if you've ever sat on the bridge in rush hour and felt it bounce with passing traffic, you might be less enthusiastic about waiting to see the results of the 11th street bridge change.

by 8for8 on Jan 3, 2013 10:00 am • linkreport

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