StrangerThings wrote: Something worth having is rarely convenient.
LOL, oh goodness....Cordish's decisions aren't above reproach. They don't need lanes of traffic to build a 15 story building.
That comment applies to damn near everything in life. I find it comical we are freaking complaining about the inconveniences and side effects of urban development that was much needed. “I want a bustling vibrant downtown but I don’t dare be inconvenienced!”
The crane for One Light was placed on the sidewalk and they kept out of walnut as much as possible. Two Lights crane took up one lane of traffic on Truman. Same will happen for 3,4 etc.
It’s as if the construction closures are causing traffic nightmares and people to be late to work. Give me a break.
Let’s talk about realities, like figuring out the operational traffic on event nights, because that’s a real discussion worth having and a issue that’s not going away anytime soon.