Traffic projects, signal changes and even public transportation are all options leaders are considering as Galveston County’s biggest city copes with more and more traffic jams, accidents and even roadway fatalities in recent months.

Matt deGrood: 409-683-5230; matt.degrood@galvnews.com


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Steven Walker

The city also is studying traffic light timing at FM 270 and state Highway 3 to see whether those can be readjusted to better improve flow during periods of peak congestion, Tickell said.

Where do these two roads intersect?

Chuck DiFalco

"We need to know what people’s attitude would be for [public transportation]"

Public transportation is never self supporting. So the attitude for the majority in League City who don't/won't use it is: "Why should I subsidize someone else's commute to work?" along with "They can use the Bay Area Park and Ride." Responses sound more like excuses than reasons.

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