Tim Rogers spelled out the matter in our May print product. The toll road that promised to bring with it transportation dollars that proponents said were the linchpin to making the entire Trinity River Corridor Project a reality won’t be built.
The plan is bad. The federal highway people aren’t crazy about the location. And, most significantly, we don’t have the money to build it. Yet a few local officials have continued to insist it’s a necessity.
So what do you think?