County Transportation Infrastructure Improvements

Infrastructure improvements require planning, budgeting, execution, timeliness, and leadership.

Planning is the process of spending limited financial resources over time based on priorities and with an eye to the future of our county. So far, the Route 15 widening project has had 18 months of planning and 20+ years of studies. Yet according to Supervisor Higgins, it is not yet time to ask County Staff to put together a project plan to move the work forward. He is still stuck in “community outreach” mode.

Budgeting is the process of allocating those limited resources towards projects that “leadership” views as a priority for our county. By continuing to drag his feet on moving the project forward, Supervisor Higgins is risking the NVTA reallocating funds currently designated to Route 15 towards other projects with more concrete plans and timelines. If our project is not moved forward, the money will find a project that IS ready. This has been part of the special interests’ game plan for years – prevent money being allocated by demanding continuous studies.

Executing is the process of aligning the plan and the budget to acquire, expand and enhance an infrastructure project. We have the money. We have approval from the Board of Supervisors. The only thing we don’t have at this point, is execution on the part of Supervisor Higgins to move the project on to the execution phase.

Timeliness is having a “sense of urgency” to address a rapidly deteriorating situation. We at FixRoute15Now.com do not expect to have bulldozers on the road just weeks after project green lighting. However, after NVTA funding was approved in June, a Supervisor with a sense of urgency would have been moving forward with creating a robust project plan in anticipation of the project being approved. Such a Supervisor would most certainly have such a plan ready at the next Stakeholders meeting on October 22. We shall see if Supervisor Higgins has such a sense of urgency or if he just wants to continue to talk while accomplishing nothing.

Leadership is having the courage to stand up for what is right and saying “NO MORE” to the special interest no growth groups who have blocked and delayed safety improvements along Route 15 for decades.  Failing to protect our residents, families, and children by continuing to have “public input sessions” or by considering deferring this project back to the Transportation and Land Use Committee (TLUC), as Supervisor Higgins has recently suggested, is not “leadership” – it is just an excuse to avoid making hard decisions.

We urge anyone who desires Route 15 to be fixed to contact Supervisor Higgins and demand that he move this project forward. Demand that he instruct County Staff to create a project plan with an expedited timeline. NOT 10 YEARS!! Do not think that this project is a done deal or relax your vigilance. The special interests are not stopping their campaign, and neither should we. Keep in mind that by doing nothing and continuing to play public perception games rather than moving forward to design and execution, Supervisor Higgins is risking losing the funding for the project.

 

FIX ROUTE 15 NOW!!!

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The Special Interest No Growthers Obstructionist Playbook & Tactics

Delay, attack, mislead, malign, misinformation, block, deflection and denial.  Those are the key components for the Special Interest No Growthers Obstructionist Playbook!

Special Interest “no growther” groups delay any meaningful road safety improvements by requesting more data and studies be conducted and insist on adherence to their own corridor management plan that advocates for “trees over peoples safety”.

Special Interest “no growther” groups attack individuals, and often the attack is of a personal nature, who are opposed to their position.

Special Interest “no growther” groups mislead the public by submitting one flowery article after another (and always lacking substance and fact) to the local newspapers about how the bucolic countryside will be “lost forever” while conveniently ignoring the horrendous loss of life and injuries.

Special Interest “no growther” groups make repeatedly false and maligning statements against all elected officials, organizations, and individuals in opposition to their point of view.

Special Interest “no growther” groups bombard elected and appointed officials with voluminous amounts of misinformation as a tactic to prevent any plans from  taking shape to widen or add median strips and paved shoulders for safety.

Special Interest “no growther” groups block progress by scheduling repeated meetings with elected and government officials and managers and take up all of the “limited” speaking slots at public hearings to prevent voices with differing opinions from being heard.

Special Interest “no growther” groups use deflection as a tactic to “talk around” any data and facts that are presented which shred their arguments.

And finally, special Interest “no growther” groups use denial as a tactic by masquerading around as collaborative participants while all along plotting behind the scenes to deny any and all meaningful safety solutions that involve the widening of Route 15.

Special Interest “no growther” groups do not care about the safety and lives of the residents and schoolchildren along the Route 15 corridor and Supervisor Geary Higgins has yet to announce a start date with a project plan to have 4-lane widening, centerline median strips and paved shoulders put in place to protect us.

Perhaps Supervisor Higgins has another agenda other than the safety of the residents and schoolchildren and that is why there is no start date for this project that already has all of the necessary funding approved.

Perhaps Supervisor Higgins is playing politics to start this project a year from now when he is up for re-election.

Our lives and our children’s lives should not be used as pawns in an election scheme and Supervisor Higgins should be ashamed of this tactic.

Supervisor Higgins Should Fix Route 15 Now!!!!!

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Mere Words and NO Start Date

Last night Supervisor Higgins sent out an email titled “Route 15 Improvements from Leesburg to Montresor Road Approved”.  Higgins goes on to state “after many years of work, I am pleased to inform you that improvements are finally coming to Route 15.”  This statement was in alignment with other words oft repeated by Supervisor Higgins to include “we are making tremendous progress…”, “improvements are coming….”, “there has never been any other project with this much community outreach in the history of the county…”.

What we have on display are mere words and NO progress other than stating the 3.5 mile widening from Battlefield Parkway up to Montresor Road will be completed within 10 years!

Supervisor Higgins has not disclosed when the project will begin nor has he been demanding county staff to produce a project plan with a start date!

The residents, families and school children are more deserving than mere words without any substance behind them and our elected officials must be held accountable!  There needs to be accountability AND action from our elected officials.

Please attend tonight’s community open house about the Route 15 Safety and Operational Study scheduled for Wednesday, September 26, 2018, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Lucketts Community Center, 42361 Lucketts Road. Let YOUR representatives know how you feel about the current timeline!

 

FIX ROUTE 15 NOW!!!

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UNANIMOUS APPROVAL!!!

Tonight the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors approved by unanimous vote the staff recommendation to widen Route 15 from a 2 lane road to a 4 lane road. More details to follow on this historic precedent to finally address the treacherous unsafe conditions and horrendous congestion our fellow residents and school children have endured for decades.

None of this would have been possible without the massive support shown by the community at large. Thank you!!! Rest assured we will be here every step of the way through design and construction to continue providing hard hitting fact based reporting, holding our elected representatives accountable, and pushing for a speedy completion of this long overdue project.

FIX ROUTE 15 NOW!!!

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Response to Loudoun Now Article

It used to be that the job of the press was to not only report the news but to investigate stories, learn the facts, and, when necessary, fact check quoted sources. In his recent article in Loudoun Now, Mr. Renss Greene made the statement that:

 “Fix Route 15 Now has argued that the process to widen Rt. 15 is taking too long, and has pushed to accelerate it. The organization has sent out regular email newsletters advocating a faster process and construction of roundabouts along the route.”

He did get the first few things correct here. We do think the process has taken too long. We do think that a 10-year timeline is outrageous. We do, in fact, generally agree with what the county is proposing but it should be fairly obvious that we do NOT advocate for the construction of roundabouts on Route 15. We hope this is a typo that will be corrected soon.

Meanwhile, it seems that the Catoctin Coalition, a special interest group which as WE reported on this site, was founded specifically to oppose widening Route 15, has splintered yet again into ANOTHER organization opposed to improvements which is of course, although they put Mr. Adams in as a figurehead, led behind the scenes by the same person now in charge of the original group and consists of the same members. Once again, an attempt to deceive the public about the amount of true support their anti-Route 15 agenda has. We do find it rather ironic that the same people attacking our group for remaining anonymous have forced their own members to sign non-disclosure agreements.

Why is it that despite being interviewed by Loudoun Now for basically every article about Route 15, Ms. Polkey is never asked to justify her group’s stance that single lane roundabouts and no widening is a solution to the safety and congestion problem on Route 15 even though ALL evidence says otherwise?  Why wasn’t she asked this time why one anti-route 15 group needed to form another anti-route 15 group? Evidently nobody at Loudoun Now looked into the proposal supposedly submitted by Mr. Lockwood. This did not actually happen. Because they were only able to raise $200 out of the $20,000 needed to hire Mr. Lockwood, the special interest groups merely combined a bunch of his old PowerPoint presentations he gives to various groups around the country into a giant file and sent it to the Board themselves. Of the more than 110 pages they submitted, only a handful have anything to do with Route 15 and none of those address with actual data how the 26,000+ vehicles on Route 15 would be handled. We discovered this with a cursory Google search of Mr. Lockwood’s prior engagements. Again, this is the type of reporting that used to be done by the press looking for the truth.

We also want to make clear that our non-response to this article was due to the fact that we were given mere hours to respond to an email before publishing and we all have our own jobs and families to focus on. We would be happy to answer any questions Loudoun Now may have via email.

-Fix Route 15 Now Team

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Staff Recommendations for the September 20 Board of Supervisors meeting

What is County Staff recommending to the Board of Supervisors (BOS)?

 

Prior to the September 20th, 2018 Board of Supervisors Business Meeting, County staff put together a lengthy report that will be presented to the Board with their recommendations. That report can be found here in its entirety: https://lfportal.loudoun.gov/LFPortalinternet/0/edoc/302671/Item%2007%20Rt%2015%20Congestion%20Report%20Scope%20of%20Improvements.pdf. This report is the culmination of almost 2 years of direct effort, including the Kimley-Horn study from May of 2017 and the yearlong Route 15 Stakeholders  Committee process. It is also the result of more than 20 years of studies as “Previous studies conducted in 1998, 2006, 2007, 2014 and 2016 by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and the Town of Leesburg were used for foundation information.”

 

The first and most important point in the report is the list of 5 Staff recommendation for Route 15:

  1. Staff recommends that the Board direct staff to design and construct the widening of Route 15 to a four-lane median divided roadway between Battlefield Parkway NE and Montresor Road (Route 661).
  2. Staff recommends that the Board direct staff to design and construct a realignment of the Route 15/North King Street intersection to become a continuous green T-intersection that is controlled by a traffic signal.
  3. Staff recommends that the Board direct staff to replace the existing traffic signal at Route 15/Whites Ferry Road/Raspberry Drive to accommodate four lanes of through traffic plus turn lanes.
  4. Staff recommends that the Board direct staff to design and construct a realignment of Limestone School Road (Route 661) to be aligned across from Montresor Road (Route 661) and design and construct a hybrid two-lane roundabout at the intersection.
  5. Staff recommends that the Route 15 improvements be designed to incorporate context sensitive design methodology and follow the Journey Through Hallowed Ground’s design guidelines where feasible.

 

How did Staff come to these conclusions? First, widening of the road –

“Widening Route 15: Staff recommends expanding Route 15 from two undivided lanes to four lanes median divided, with appropriate shoulders, between Battlefield Parkway and Montresor Road because it will reduce congestion and increase safety on that portion of the road. When the Report was published on May 18, 2017, VDOT reported the 2015 annual average daily traffic (AADT) volume for Route 15 north of the Town of Leesburg was 24,000 vehicles per day. The traffic volume has increased to 26,000 AADT in the 2017, which has further deteriorated conditions. According to the Planning and Preliminary Engineering Applications Guide to the Highway Capacity Manual 10, a two-lane rural, level highway is at capacity when the AADT reaches 16,880. The traffic volume on Route 15 north of Leesburg is over capacity; the only solution to this problem is to add capacity which means the road needs to be widened.”

 

This conclusion is in line with everything that we at FixRoute15NOW have published so far, and we applaud County Staff for coming to this decision.

 

Second, keeping the Whites Ferry Road & Raspberry Drive intersection as a traffic signal instead of changing it to a roundabout. You can read the entire lengthy roundabout response on page 12 of the report but here are the highlights:

  1. Traffic volume would require a 2-lane roundabout
  2. A traffic signal is better for large commercial and emergency vehicles
  3. The diameter of such a large roundabout would require additional right-of-way acquisition
  4. The steady stream of traffic exiting the roundabout would make access difficult for points north of White’s Ferry Road
  5. A signalized intersection is safer for bicyclists and pedestrians

Again, we applaud County Staff for coming to this recommendation.

 

You may be asking yourself, what about the single-lane roundabouts and traffic calming “solutions” touted by the special interest groups? County staff specifically addressed them:

“Traffic Calming Alternative Proposed by Some Stakeholder Committee Members: On behalf of the JTHG, the Catoctin Coalition, the Coalition for Smarter Growth, the Piedmont Environmental Council, and the Southern Environmental Law Center, a letter was sent to the Chair of the Board (Attachment 3) expressing support for roundabouts and traffic calming on Route 15 north of Leesburg. This group is opposed to widening Route 15 and desires a roundabout to be constructed at Whites Ferry Road/Raspberry Drive. Traffic modeling performed for the Report considered an interim alternative of a single lane roundabout at Whites Ferry Road without any widening of Route 15. This alternative fails in the projected 2020 PM peak period due to extensive queuing on northbound Route 15 which impacts the other intersections that were evaluated in the Report (Route 15 intersections at Whites Ferry Road, Tutt Lane and North King Street, and North King Street intersections of Smarts Mill Middle School and Dry Hollow Road/Tuscarora High School) causing all of them to operate at LOS F. Due to its poor performance, a single-lane roundabout is not recommended at the Whites Ferry Road/Raspberry Drive intersection.”

 

It is important to note that the Staff report is 136 pages long. Of those 136 pages, 116 pages consist of input by the special interest groups pushing their roundabout and calming initiative. In fact, since Mr. Ian Lockwood did not actually do a real study of the road, in yet another effort at deception and delay, the special interest groups combined several old presentations he has given to other groups over the years into a massive and irrelevant spam file that has nothing to do with the treacherous and congested Route 15 north of Leesburg. Thankfully, County staff saw through these tactics.

 

What can you do?

 

Although the proposed solutions do not please everyone 100% – for example, we still feel that a signalized intersection at Montresor Road would be more effective than a roundabout for the same reasons that the roundabout isn’t effective at Whites Ferry Road & Raspberry Drive – the time has come to move on from endless debate and study and get something meaningful accomplished. Even though county staff have made mostly correct recommendations, the possibility remains that the BOS could choose to proceed with an alternative path. The no-growth special interests will be out in force at the Board meeting on Thursday evening trying to convince them that the public is against widening despite all evidence to the contrary. Here is what we ask:

  1. Come to the meeting if you possibly can. Wear a red shirt or other clothing to show your support!
  2. Sign up to speak. Public input is slated to start at 6:30 pm. You can sign up to speak at the meeting (must be there at or before 6:30 pm), or you can call 703-777-0200 before Noon of the day of the Business Meeting (September 20th, 2018) ahead of time to request to speak.
  3. Write an email to the board showing your support for widening Route 15 to make it safe and provide congestion relief. Their emails are below:

Phyllis.Randall@loudoun.gov
Ralph.Buona@loudoun.gov
Suzanne.Volpe@loudoun.gov
Tony.Buffington@loudoun.gov
Ron.Meyer@loudoun.gov
Geary.Higgins@loudoun.gov
Matt.Letourneau@loudoun.gov
Kristen.Umstattd@loudoun.gov
Koran.Saines@loudoun.gov

Most importantly, let the board know that you support the Staff recommendations and demand that the project be completed within a compressed timeline, NOT 10 YEARS!

FIX ROUTE 15 NOW!!!

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How long SHOULD a roadway project take to complete in Loudoun County?

Question:  How long does a roadway project take to complete in Loudoun County?

Answer:  Well there appears to be 2 answers to that question.  The first answer is if you have an elected official with no sense of urgency, in this case Supervisor Geary Higgins, who made, in rather condescending terms, the following statement to a constituent which was recently forwarded to us:

“I think it is important to understand that infrastructure projects in Loudoun are a function of legislative action by the county board as a whole. Once that legislative action occurs, then it is the responsibility of the county staff to run and manage the project. Individual Supervisors do not hire consultants, instruct staff or run these projects. However, I along with my staff have been very involved with the Route 15 project, more than at any other time in the county’s history. Additionally, the process of wide-reaching community engagement, that has been used for the Route 15 project, has never happened in Loudoun before and was developed by my office.”

Higgins further goes on to state, “My understanding is that 20 years is the norm for transportation planning and that jurisdictions use 20-year time blocks for planning and forecasting purposes. When we met with Maryland officials they used the same 20-year time blocks. As for your continued misrepresentation of the 10-year timeline, you know that number is a worst case scenario and we are working to reduce the timeline.”

 

The second answer to the question of how long does a roadway project take to complete in Loudoun County was delivered in a report titled “Capital Project Procurement and Process”. https://lfportal.loudoun.gov/LFPortalinternet/0/edoc/201806/FGOEDC%20Item%2012%20Capital%20Project%20and%20Process.pdf. Mr. Joseph Kroboth, Director of the Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure (DTCI) provided this report on June 14, 2016 to the Board of Supervisors Financial/Government Operations and Economic Development Committee.  In the report is the following statement on pg. 12 regarding roadway project timelines:

“Overall, depending on the various issues associated with a roadway project, including the size and complexity, the entire project delivery from the point of appropriation in the CIP for a design-bid-build project can take from 36 months (3 years) to 86 months (7.2 years) to complete with full project closeout to follow.”  And yet Higgins allowed the County Transportation staff to submit a funding request application of $54M to the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) with a 10 year timeline for a 3.5 mile roadway project without even reviewing it for quality assurance AND reasonableness for timely completion!!!

So the answer from Supervisor Higgins is basically “I create the legislation and rely on the staff to do their job.”  What Supervisor Higgins has failed (yet again) to realize is that as an elected official he has an “OVERSIGHT” responsibility to his constituents to make sure they receive services in a timely manner.  The 10 YEAR project timeline created by the Loudoun County transportation staff for a 3.5 mile road is not just unacceptable – it is OUTRAGEOUS!  For Supervisor Higgins now to make the excuse to blame staff for the timeline and not declare it as unacceptable and wrong is REPREHENSIBLE and he should RECTIFY IT IMMEDIATELY!

 

Supervisory Higgins, where is the new CORRECTED timeline, urgency and leadership to Fix Route 15 Now?

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Question: Why does this 3.5 mile transportation project take 10 years to complete?

Question:  Why does this 3.5 mile transportation project take 10 years to complete?

Answer:  We were misled that there would be a multi-year design, engineering and environmental phase needed, including conducting an extensive and burdensome environmental process under NEPA/Section 106.  The fact of matter is that this 3.5 mile project is neither required to conduct an extensive and burdensome environmental process under Federal law nor should the design, engineering and environmental phase take longer than a year.  Below are some important points to note:

  • The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) funding application (submitted in December 2017) contained the 10-year timeline to complete, including a 3+ year period for design, engineering and environmental work.
  • Extensive presentations were made and discussions occurred during Route 15 Stakeholder Committee Meetings around the NEPA/Section 106 process: https://www.loudoun.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/7549
  • The Board package for this week’s meeting on Thursday September 20th (Item 7, Route 15 – Congestion Report Improvements) states the following under Environmental and Historic Resources:

 “The Route 15 corridor contains karst features, notably limestone rock outcroppings and sink holes; streams and springs. Additionally, there are several historic sites along the corridor, including the Ball’s Bluff Battlefield. The Route 15 widening project is funded with Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) and local funds which do not require a formal environmental review such as a National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) study, National Historic Preservation Act Section 106, or State Environmental Review Process (SERP). Although not mandated based on the funding sources, the County will work to minimize or avoid impacts on historical, cultural and archeological resources as practically feasible throughout the design and construction phases of the project. Wetlands, floodplains and historical assets will be inventoried, researched and categorized.”

Supervisory Higgins, where is the new timeline, urgency and leadership to Fix Route 15 Now?

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Board of Supervisors Meeting — September 20th

The Board of Supervisors will be receiving the Route 15 report on September 20, 2018.  Please come out and support the speakers by wearing red at this 5 PM meeting as they counter the special interest groups that have blocked the widening of Route 15 for decades.  In fact, the latest effort by these groups is to limit the widening of Route 15 by putting in roundabouts at two intersections.  The first roundabout will be at Whites Ferry Drive and Raspberry Falls Drive and the second roundabout will be at Montresor Road after realignment with Limestone School Road.  The special interest groups have recently been working behind the backs of the Route 15 Stakeholder Representatives by hiring an outside consultant who was pushing for these roundabouts in these 2 parts of the Route 15 Corridor and not for the widening of the road.

Roundabouts are not a solution to the safety and congestion on Route 15 due to volume of traffic at almost 3X of the road design and everyone in the community must stand up to the special interest groups NOW in order to make this road safe and congestion relief possible for all commuters, patrons of rural businesses, residents, families and school children.

Can we count on you to help make Route 15 safe?

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Who is the Catoctin Coalition?

Today we will continue to look at special interest groups opposing meaningful Route 15 improvements with a little bit of history about the Catoctin Coalition and its tangled dark web of partner organizations.

The Catoctin Coalition was founded sometime around 2001 for what appears to be the express purpose of blocking VDOT’s proposed improvements to Route 15 based on the VDOT 1998 Route 15 Safety Study North SegmentSee Washington Post letter to the editor from their founder here.

These self-proclaimed traffic experts believe they know better than VDOT engineers about what changes need to be made and have carried on their campaign against safety and congestion relief improvements every step of the way. The Catoctin Coalition is also a partner organization of the Journey Through Hallowed Ground (source here). Please refer to our first special interest story for more information about JTHG. For the sake of brevity, we will just reinforce that they are ONLY concerned with protecting the history and rural nature of the corridor – NOT safety and congestion relief! Although they talk a good game about supposedly wanting improvements to Route 15, they care very little about capacity and safety on this road. They are willing to allow small improvements like roundabouts and “calming” that will cost a lot of money, not alleviate the gridlock, but achieve their true objective of avoiding future growth.

Is the Catoctin Coalition acting as a local front group for the JTHG, the Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC), and the Sierra Club? It operates under a different name but still uses all the same language and arguments. Publications from one group look exactly like publications from the others. There is a common narrative and they stick to it regardless of the facts. They are also all interconnected in both mission, leadership, and membership. See references here and here. Before they took their website down, the Catoctin Coalition even stated that donations to their cause should be sent to the PEC for disbursement to them (Source here). Was this a way to get around applying for official non-profit status and the lobbying limitations that comes with a 501(c)(3) non-profit? 

A close examination of membership as well as community knowledge of the people involved shows the same few people in positions of influence are involved in not only the groups listed above, but also other groups like Friends of Route 15 and the Lucketts Ruritans. One can only assume these multiple groups were formed in an attempt to make it appear that these few people have a more popular stance than they actually do. Don’t let the propaganda and hype fool you, despite their claims of being the voice of the wider community, these groups represent the views of less than 10% of the residents. These groups do NOT want Route 15 improved and are only grudgingly coming to the table with plans because they feel the momentum is turning against their do-nothing stance. For the better part of three decades, they have laid out a series of mutually exclusive demands for the corridor that make it impossible to achieve all of them.  The result – being to demand that Virginia and the County “study it until you get it right” – as was screamed by a protester, and known operative of these groups, at a BOS hearing on February 14, 2018.

One of our elected officials continues to play dumb when questioned about his own and the County’s relationship with these special interest groups. Note the following exchange between the Raspberry Falls HOA and Supervisor Geary Higgins. Full link with excerpt below:

Q: Does the county have a partnership with The Journey for Hallow Ground? Does that partnership have any impact on what road options are considered/approved?

A: Supervisor Higgins’ office will research and provide us with an answer.

Q: Did the Journey of Hallow Ground develop a corridor management plan that describes road improvement options for 15?

A: Supervisor Higgins’ office will research and provide us with an answer.

Keep in mind that Loudoun County has a link to the JTHG on its website. Even if there is no “official” partnership, there is most definitely one in practice. As we’ve mentioned before, these special interest groups were all specifically invited to contribute to the 2017 Kimley Horn US Route 15 Congestion Report. Who wasn’t invited? HOA’s, citizens, and anyone who was actually in favor of real improvements. It was only after a large public uproar demanding change that the Route 15 Stakeholder Committee was formed.

So again we ask – Who actually represents the voice of the community?

FIX ROUTE 15 NOW AND NOT in 10 YEARS!!!

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