Shocked to See Carnival-Type Signage On Repaved Canal Pointe Boulevard
To the Editor:
After all the time it took to arrange the repaving of Canal Pointe Boulevard, I was shocked to see the carnival-type signage and labeling of the roadway. This short strip, once a side road, is now covered with signs — too many to read while driving. The road’s neon labelling is redundant — every marking is made at least twice. The “Road Diet” and bicycle access themes have cost much more than expected. We now see a major city road. It is shameful that the result of all the political interests being accommodated compromises good sense.