For one thing, they have to get the signalization department out of its ivory tower, out in the streets, then get these lights synchronized.
I can cite many intersections where lights are only blocks from each other, and you are released from one intersection only to be stopped at the next one!
You as editors should be ashamed since the Herald ran a series years ago on the waste of the traffic signalization division and the more than $10 million consulting contract that was still ongoing at the time and yielding absolutely no benefit to the taxpayers. The result of that waste is the situation as noted in my first paragraph.
Mike Vidal, Miami
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