(Opinion #34. Feb. 27, 2008. Below is the complete 1-page newsletter. Also available as a pdf file.)
ROAD RAGE! Predictions of Las Vegas highway gridlock are biased and wildly speculative (Family Court Newsletter #34)

A 1-page flyer (Issue #34) distributed electronically at Family Court and the Clark County Government Center on February 27, 2008.

The full issue is available as a PDF File (45k). (For authenticity, the newsletter should be printed on canary (yellow) paper.)

    Most traffic predictions seem to be based on the growth patterns of the last decade, when our city virtually doubled in size. Growth like that can’t be maintained for long or we’d soon be passing Bombay and Mexico City as the world’s largest metropolis.

    Sooner or later, growth has to slow, stop or even reverse and when that happens, the roads we already have are going to be fine for our needs.

NOTE: Due to high printing costs, we will not be distributing this issue on paper, but you are welcome to print it yourself and give it to whomever you like.

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