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Letter: School traffic cut

A major reason the peak traffic hours have seen such delays lately is because too many parents and students are driving personal cars to and from school every day.

To contribute to decreasing traffic flow the necessary 35 percent, my Glenwood Springs High School Project Citizen group is proposing a policy called the School District Traffic Reduction Policy to the RFSD transportation department that will force parents and students to ride the bus to and from school, leading to fewer cars on the roads.

This is truly the most effective policy that our school district could introduce and any support shown by our community will help the greater good deal with the construction of the Grand Avenue bridge. If any community member would like to contribute support to our project I can be reached at isaac21646@rfschools.com.

Isaac Williams

Glenwood Springs

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