Joshua Michael Cloud 
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Re: “Riding the Amp route with MTA regulars puts the need for the project — and its drawbacks — in perspective

"Everyone I talked to about the project, even those excited about it, were quick to qualify their opinions and acknowledge the negatives: potential traffic snarls, the animosity it's being met with, problems with the route.

Even Stokes, whose bus commute would be shortened by nearly two-thirds, lamented its impact on traffic."

Would be shortened? Would be, as in you already know it would be reduced, not "could be" though.

Where is the freaking fact review in these articles? Are editorials beyond a little verification?

If the author was truly un-involved or neutral, as he states several times, then why does he give absolute faith to the best possible projected improvements?

would it no be better for the author, who knows very little about the issues he is writing on, to take a "less than totally sold on the amp" attitude towards it? at least, if he expects the reader to believe him when he states his neutral position.

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Posted by Joshua Michael Cloud on 06/17/2014 at 2:21 PM

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