It’s called rush hour for a reason. But is it just us, or are drivers getting worse?
Time has never been more finite, there are more cars on the road than ever, and that is creating a recipe for road rage and crashes.
There seems to be a lot more flipped vehicles these days, where speed, and likely impantience has caused the crash. There are lot more vehicles running red lights too, also out of frustration
The days are short, rainy and dark. The Christmas rush has begun. More pedestrians are being hit as drivers race to get home or to work.
Local community advocate Gary Hee has started his own grassroots campaign to get people to slow down on Langley’s busiest streets like the clogged 200 St., Langley Bypass, 208, Fraser Hwy., all of Willoughby, Walnut Grove and the list goes on. He has made signs and has even incorporated locals who are on the streets to get the message across.
It’s a message we all need to heed
Driving in Langley on a weekends is such an exercise in patience.