Is traffic an issue in Big Sky? And if so, how could it be improved?
Marcus Fay, Big Sky, Mont.
Customer Sales Representative, East Slope Outdoors
“I think the traffic signals, lights and lanes have yet to catch up to the development.”
Colin Mathews, Big Sky, Mont.
Owner, Creighton Block Gallery
“There’s an enormous amount of construction-related traffic in the morning and at the end of the work day. It is sometimes annoying to wait at the stop sign at the intersection of Two Moons Road and Lone Mountain Trail, which shows how lovely and how spoiled we have been in our corner of paradise. I would much prefer to see the problem handled with patience on the part of local drivers than with a stoplight.”
“The traffic here on Ousel [Falls Road] is definitely a problem, all the construction traffic … distracted people looking up at Lone Peak while they’re driving. Unfortunately, I think we’re going to need a light out there. That’s not what I want to see, but the traffic is an accident waiting to happen.”
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