On March 22, 2016 Sudbury City Council passed a resolution to re-affirm its commitment to move forward with The Maley Drive Extension, an $80 million road to be built as a limited access thoroughfare for mining trucks and commuters at the north end of the central part of the city. Read how it played out… Continue reading The Maley Extension Vote Storified
Thanks to the Mayor we now have the measures of success clearly defined. In twenty years we’ll be able to look back and determine if the Maley Extension was a good idea or not. Project evaluation is an invaluable part of the decision-making process because it is the only way to learn from the successes… Continue reading How to Evaluate the Maley Decision
If you’ve been following the Maley Drive Extension story in Greater Sudbury then you have to read this resolution passed by the council of the City of Royal Oak, Michigan. Streetsblog USA has a post about the resolution and a few other articles about the widening of I-75 and expansion of I-94 (at a total… Continue reading This Michigan Town doesn’t want the state to fund a new highway?
“The Maley Drive Extension is a solid investment in the social, economic and environmental future of the City of Greater Sudbury that will deliver short-term, medium-term and long-term benefits to residents, business and industry in an affordable and fiscally responsible manner, made possible by a three-way cost sharing partnership.” So begins the romance copy on… Continue reading Maley Perspectives