Perhaps this is not what you're looking for, but I have a couple of
suggestions:Time the city stoplights so that if a person stops, and
then proceeds at the speed limit at the next green, they can make it through
more than one block without another stop, idle, go, stop, idle go, etc.Second, when driving on lonely roads in western Davis County at night,
whenever I approach a four-way stoplight and I am the only person in sight in
EVERY direction, the light invariably turns red and stops me. Why is this? Is
it a programmed response in the motion detectors on the traffic lights to keep
drivers from speeding? It's not random, it happens EVERY time. I
can't begin to guess how much gas is wasted by this when I am just driving at
the speed limit and have to stop and wait for 1-2 minutes at each light for NO
DISCERNIBLE REASON every time I drive. Next, use more motion
sensors instead of timed lights around the city, because when I am sitting
staring at an empty road at a stoplight, I am wasting gas needlessly. Turn
green and let me go!
I didn't see Gov. Herbert there. Where was he? Oh yeah, he's too busy planning
his next tea party "rally"--ideology over action.
There is a meat processing facility around 3600 s. and 500 w. that constantly
sends smoke into the air. when conditions are right, I can see the smoke
lingering, remaining close to the ground. What is being done about businesses
like this (there is another facility, not sure what kind or the name, just off
of 215)? The burden is not only on vehicles!!!