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Photographic Evidence

At the public meeting held by the Boston Target in November 2004, it was highlighted to Boston Borough Council and Lincolnshire County Council that something needed to be done about Boston's dire traffic congestion. Here we are, 15 months later, and the traffic situation remains exactly the same, as shown by the photographic evidence taken on 10 February 2006.

"I have just seen your wonderful aerial photos on the website. I will put up copies on my wall and deliver hard copies to all the main players at Lincolnshire County Council."
Councillor Richard Austin
20 February 2006

The aerial photographs below were kindly taken by VistaCam.



Do we really want another set of traffic lights on the road to the left hand side of the above photo that
will lead onto the proposed Dock Link Road, the other end emerging right outside the entrance
to Boston College on Skirbeck Road? Boston desperately needs a bypass (or distributor road!)!


"We know you're listening, Councillor Hill, but who are you listening to?"

 

Front Page News!
BBEG member Ted Brooks made the front page of the Boston Standard on 12 April 2006, commenting about LCC's placement of 10 temporary speed humps in South Street.

Ted stated, "The situation was just stupid."
Steve Willis, LCC, admitted, "The intention was to slow traffic in that area, but we (the County Council) didn't anticipate the level of congestion."
12 April 2006
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Photographic Evidence
At the public meeting held by the Boston Target in November 2004, it was highlighted to Boston Borough Council and Lincolnshire County Council that something needed to be done about Boston's dire traffic congestion.

Here we are, 15 months later, and the traffic situation remains exactly the same, as shown by the photographic evidence taken on 10 February 2006.
See the photos ...