Ronald Hopkins: Traffic issue and overdevelopment
By Signal Contributor
Monday, November 28th, 2016

This rebuke of the recent traffic study to do with major intersections throughout Santa Clarita (“City responds, rebukes study” published Nov. 25 in The Signal) is nothing more than sweeping this traffic issue under the carpet.

Everywhere you go throughout the SCV, there is traffic everywhere. Any major intersection that you go to, you always encounter lines of traffic coming from all directions.

This is indicative of the Santa Clarita Valley being overcrowded as it is. Better, more of a control of any future development should be studied to keep this overcrowding in check.

Accidents are bound to keep happening with this heavy traffic remaining unchecked.

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Ronald Hopkins: Traffic issue and overdevelopment

This rebuke of the recent traffic study to do with major intersections throughout Santa Clarita (“City responds, rebukes study” published Nov. 25 in The Signal) is nothing more than sweeping this traffic issue under the carpet.

Everywhere you go throughout the SCV, there is traffic everywhere. Any major intersection that you go to, you always encounter lines of traffic coming from all directions.

This is indicative of the Santa Clarita Valley being overcrowded as it is. Better, more of a control of any future development should be studied to keep this overcrowding in check.

Accidents are bound to keep happening with this heavy traffic remaining unchecked.