Rampant growth and traffic woes

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Questions value of rampant growth in WV

You may live in the West Valley; but there’s a good chance you don’t work there. But some groups in the region are hoping to make the West Valley a place where residents not only live but also work.

Whoa there!

It’s not a good thing when you want to clear off every bit of desert and wildlife habitat for more and more houses, businesses, lights, and more crime. — Freda Rankin

Do signals fix Bell Road traffic woes?

Bell Road traffic signals are equipped with technology to improve traffic flow and reduce travel time. This adaptive signal control technology runs from Cotton Lane to 114th Avenue.


We have heard this before. — Daniel F. Oppliger

Not that I would ever think of going faster than the posted speed limit, but I heard that at 52 mph, you’ll get all green lights heading eastbound on Bell. — Roland McNew

I hit red at every single light except one on Bell Road yesterday from Cotton Lane to Grand Avenue. I have never had that happen before! Oh well. Perhaps I was going too fast, uh … I mean, too slow! — Debra A. Weltz

To me it seems like lately the red light to get onto Bell is longer than before. Therefore, from side streets, like Litchfield and Parkview, traffic gets all backed up. — Jennifer Glasgow Reisert

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