November 11, 2005

Don't make me regret this

I-912, which would have repealed Washington's gas tax increase, narrowly lost at the polls on Tuesday. Those who voted against the initiative -myself included- did so because canceling the gas tax would have gutted the budget for transportation infrastructure desperately needed in our fair state. Now that 912 has been defeated, you'd think pressing needs such as the SR-512 floating bridge and the Alaska Way Viaduct would take precedence. Actually, according to the Seattle Times, neither the Viaduct nor the bridge plans have been finalized, so first up is...

... a bike lane across a highway in Moses Lake. Sweet Jesus people, some priorities!

Posted by Frinklin at November 11, 2005 11:43 PM | TrackBack
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