Mary Ullrich, Moscow
The Moscow-Pullman Daily News 1/25/13
In reflecting on testimony at Wednesday’s Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) hearing in Moscow, I would like to say a few things. First, I do need to express great compassion for all those who stand to be affected adversely. I sincerely hope that you will be compensated fairly and well by ITD.
For those who told stories of accidents and dangers on Reisenauer Hill, I hope that section of the highway will be redone to state and federal standards. This would be accomplished by going with Alignment C-3. Keep in mind if E-2 is built, the current highway will remain as it is (only as a county road) and many, especially local people, will be using that old highway.
For those who pleaded that ITD lower speed limits, add some center-line “rumble strips” and some carefully placed signage, I hope ITD will hear this loud and clear and take immediate action.
Let’s work together to make this happen now.