Northwest Highway Traffic

Preston Center Task Force Results: Part 2, Nothing a Pot of Paint Won’t Fix

By Jon Anderson / January 19, 2016 / 0 Comments

My previous two posts covered the parking issues being raised (and how much the perception varies from reality) and St. Michael’s prayers to upzone one of their Frederick Square properties to accommodate a 250,000-square-foot office high-rise. Well, it ain’t over yet! The other side of the complaint coin is traffic, or more specifically how much […]

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Catching up with the Preston Center Task Force, Part 1: Giving Mark Cuban the Bird and Parking Woes

By Jon Anderson / January 15, 2016 / 0 Comments

I bet the task force members thought I’d given them a Christmas present by not writing up the Dec. 3 meeting. Nope. I was just outta town. So what happened at that meeting (you didn’t show up for)? First was a recap of a Nov. 3 meeting, the Task Force open house held to share preliminary data to […]

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With Competing Interests Among Stakeholders, Where’s ‘Zone Zero’ For Preston Road and Northwest Highway?

By Jon Anderson / February 24, 2015 / 3 Comments

By Jon Anderson Special Contributor I’ve read with interest the fitful start to developing a plan for increasing the density surrounding Northwest Highway and Preston Road. I’ve seen the map identifying the seven zones (fiefdoms) with a personal stake in any change. What I don’t see is a zone “zero” that controls traffic and parking […]

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