There really ought to be a simple public display of how much money has been spent on transportation studies that result in nothing but recommendations for more studies.
Sean Tubbs writes that the Metropolitan Planning Organization is planning to study the Eastern Connector again:
Officials first want consultants to evaluate potential obstacles that could undermine public support.
Like … the complete unfeasibility of such a project? Would that undermine public support?
A bit of background –
Boy, do I miss Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Transportation Matrix, which listed all of the current and future projects and their respective statuses.