Clarence Earle , Pasadena - It’s frustrating. And it’s hard for older people and ones from out of town who may not be familiar with the signs or know the roads. You can’t blame the city, because it’s only certain times you can get the roads done. The work got to be done.
Gerald Gushue, Corner Brook - Oh my God, it’s not fit, it’s terrible. To go back and forth to the hospital, the traffic trying to get in and out West Street. It took me over a half hour the other morning to get home, and normally it takes five minutes. All you need is lots of patience.
Susan Power, Corner Brook - It’s very trying. Leaving earlier, alternative routes, when you can, but it’s definitely taking up more time. It has to be done, it just seems like they don’t all need to be done at the same time.
Robert Vaters, Benoit’s Cove - You’ve just got to slow down and be patient sometimes. That’s all you can do. When you know the construction is in one spot, you go to a different route.
Luke Legge, Robinsons - The roads are pitiful on the west coast. I do a lot of driving in Corner Brook. I’ve got no problem. I know where to go, so I avoid that. That’s what everybody should do.
Ken Follett, Corner Brook - It’s slowed things down a bit. If you don’t fix stuff, people will be complaining about something else. If you’re going to fix it you’re going to have slow downs.