We are fixing to travel north on Interstate 95 in a couple weeks.
We will pass by the $9 million tree-removal project in Jasper County.
I wonder — after all of the trees and stumps are removed and grass and flowers are planted in the median — if we will also see a guard rail system installed to prevent a cross-median head-on collision.
On I-95 around mile 130 there are trees in the median and there is also a guard rail system to prevent vehicles from contacting the trees.
After all of the money has been spent on the Jasper County project, the question remains: Did the SCDOT do a cost-benefit analysis that included other possible solutions, i.e. seriously enforcing the speed laws with state troopers, or additional guard rails?
I wonder if anybody brought up the issue of removing those trees effecting climate change.
Just saying ...
Sun City Hilton Head
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