Here’s an honest question: does our current system of roads and streets really get goods delivered to market quickly and efficiently?
Alex is a mechanical engineer by background currently working in marketing and business development. He lives with his wife, young son, and two poorly behaved dogs just south of Uptown (Minneapolis). tweets found here: @alexcecchini.
We should pursue a strategy that uses our street space more efficiently, saves the city money while doing it, allows more development and tax base, with all the happy positive externalities.
We pay sales taxes on windshield wiper fluid, oil, tires, parts, and other necessities to keep our cars moving. Cars and gas shouldn’t be any different.
Even though many Minneapolitans live close to their jobs, they still choose to drive to work.