Traffic lights also hit drivers in the wallet. How many gallons of gas are wasted in a year sitting at lights?
Since Clymer’s complaint came in, other Anderson residents have called to voice their own traffic light tales of terror.
We suggest that the city do a study of its lights and intersections to see where improvements could be made. We’re confident city officials would find many examples.
As long as there are cars on the road, there will be stop lights. They are a fact of life. But they don’t have to be a burden. We encourage the Monte Clymers in the area to keep calling city hall.
In summary Traffic lights are a fact of life, but they don't have to be a burden.