Tag: traffic

Your Views: Vision Zero data is disappointing and alarming

To the editor: While I applaud the carrot approach for enticing people to get out of their cars and use transit or ride a bike...

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...

Your View: Vision Zero may save your life

To the editor: I am responding to the letter, “Vision Zero has zero benefits” in the Jan. 17 Alexandria Times. The writer views the Vision...

Letter to the Editor: There’s a difference between traffic safety and...

To the editor: A letter in the Jan. 17 Alexandria Times about the Vision Zero traffic safety program, “Vision Zero has zero benefits,” conflates traffic...

Letter to the Editor: ‘Vision Zero’ has zero benefits

To the editor: Let me introduce you to the city’s latest plan for traffic management and safety in our city. “Vision Zero” is an organizational...

Letter to the Editor: Let’s improve pedestrian safety

To the editor: Pedestrian safety is very important to me. More than two years ago, my dad was crossing Duke Street when he was hit...

Letter to the Editor: Considering safety and mobility on Seminary Road

To the editor: As part of Alexandria’s Vision Zero commitment to eliminating traffic-related deaths and serious injuries by 2028, the city uses the opportunity of...

Letter to the Editor: Police officers should help manage traffic

I have a comment about the letter to the editor by Townsend Van Fleet, “Station police at busy intersections” in your July 26 edition...

Letter to the Editor: Station police at busy intersections

To the editor: On Saturday, July 7, I encountered a massive traffic jam as I was driving north on Union Street toward King Street. Due...

Letter to the Editor: Consider the facts before removing Seminary Road...

To the editor: The City of Alexandria hosted a May community meeting on safety improvements for pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicles to be implemented next year...