Today's Letters: Traffic Problem at Sickles High School
By LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Published April 20, 2007
Subject: Traffic Problem at Sickles High School
Address traffic at Sickles High
As a student at Sickles High School, I am stunned by the traffic in the morning and after school.
When I walk to school, I can see the immense line of people who seem unaware they are driving. When I cross the street, I wonder if they see me or if they are going to stop.
The crosswalk light does not work properly and is of no assistance. Crossing is an unnecessary adrenaline rush in the morning.
After school it is even worse because of all the people coming home from work and kids zooming home from school.
Some of my friends who drive to school tell me that it sometimes takes up to 30 minutes to get off the school campus. Once students get out, they are anxious to get home and are not considerate of the pedestrians walking by.
I think Sickles High needs larger roads on campus to help the traffic jam and street lights set up to help people walking.
Denny Umphreys, Citrus Park
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