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Reader Poll February 15, 2001

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#1.  What is your opinion of the road system in Las Vegas?  Even those who use cabs, what do you think of the roads, the construction, the congestion, etc.? 

*  I enjoy driving to Las Vegas but I wish the police would do something about the people that run red lights.  The construction I can handle, but the constant red light running by cars, cabs and trucks is rediculous.  If Las Vegas wants to provide a safe haven for tourists then I suggest they employ a few more motor cycle cops and crack down on this problem.  RR

*  The streets are a mess to crowded. Need more trams.   G.J. smith

*  Las Vegas is basically a gigantic grid, laid out in a relatively square pattern. There is no diagonal pattern whatever. Thus you travel the two legs of a triangle rather than the shorter hypotenuse where ever you go in the city. It is also a city of single occupant automobiles. No one seems to share a ride. The I-15 construction site has never been completed (and probably never will) It is frustrating to barely drive at 15 MPH while reading the posted speed limit of 65 MPH. It is easy for one to get any where in the city with minimum knowledge of it.  But it does take time and can be frustrating. Parking is generally available for free or very reasonable tokes to the valet drivers-a refreshing change from the extremely expensive parking fees in most large cities.  HBHWANGO

*  I was there for the CES convention. What a mess. We rented a car. And tried to find a place to park. And when we did it cost us $20. No we were not happy. But I do like it that we could park at all the hotels free. Otherwise we wouldn't of rented a car. We stay at the Monte Carlos and that is a nightmare to cross the street walking. We run for our lives. I feel sorry for the older people it is hard for them to jog across the street. I think they should have policemen there to direct the traffic. Or get an overhead walkway there. We are on vacation and expect all that comes with Vegas and their traffic problems. No road rage here. Just hope they can solve some of their problems. I would like to see a tram going to all the hotels. And not one you have to get out of and walk the casino to catch another one. I think it would benefit all of them. We try and visit as many as casinos we can in a week. And that is tough job to do. But we love it there.  Jerri

*  Las Vegas is soon becoming a miniature Los Angeles.  The traffic is really bad and the conventions are always crowded, not to mention the road construction that always seems to be going on the same time.  Does the road department not read your web site and determine when the big conventions are?  Harold  T.  IL



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