Tag: seminary road

Traffic and Parking Board votes for Seminary Road to remain four...

By Arya Hodjat | [email protected] The Alexandria Traffic and Parking Board voted 3-2 on Monday night to recommend that Seminary Road remain a four-lane street, with...

Traffic and Parking Board to consider Seminary Road restructuring

By Arya Hodjat | [email protected] The city’s plan to convert a stretch of Seminary Road from four to three lanes has been met with opposition from...

Our View: E-scooters and safety are contradictions

The kindest phrase we can find to describe the city’s transportation philosophy – which purportedly prioritizes safety – is “wildly contradictory.” The schizophrenic approach to...

Your Views: Time to take back our city

To the editor: A disconnect exists between the public and our public servants. I think it’s a serious one. Our public servants are not asking...

Your Views: Listen to residents on Seminary lane issue

To the editor: Alexandria’s Department of Transportation and Environmental Services is recommending a series of changes to Seminary Road based on city staff’s confusing hybrid...

Your Views: We need bike lanes on Seminary

To the editor: I am writing to discuss the proposed changes to Seminary Road between Quaker Lane and Howard Street. Like many of my neighbors,...

Your Views: Narrowing Seminary Road would endanger safety

To the editor: One of the major issues currently being discussed in Alexandria is the remake of Seminary Road. Unfortunately, this issue affects not only...

My View | Joe Sestak: Where you live matters

To the editor: Calling Seminary Road “a corridor with a high number of KSI (killed or seriously injured) crashes,” last year the city proposed replacing...

Your Views: The solution to a residential nightmare

To the editor: The construction of the BRAC and the technology of Google have combined to place the City of Alexandria at the mercy of...

Your Views: “Vision Zero” is a detrimental fad

To the editor: I’m responding to the letter “Vision Zero may save your life” in the Jan. 31 issue of the Alexandria Times. I have...