Looking ahead to a bright 2018
The new year is a good time to make resolutions and plan for positive change, both personally and as a community. By addressing important issues that need attention, the island of Kauai can benefit from planning its own resolutions for 2018.
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The only way to reduce the traffic congestion is to reduce the amount of cars on our roads daily. 25,000 tourists and 10,000 cars added by them must be dealt with. The HTA spends millions to sell Kauai to the world with no stopping in site for the future. A sophisticated public transportation system that shares it’s expenses with all the citizens whether they be businesses, resorts.timeshares,vacation rentals and everyone between must share the costs so that it becomes affordable to the point that the county stop subsidizing it with property owners taxes. The key ……. those who use it pay for it. The current system will always run in the red. The passengers and those who pay property the is the reason it cost and wastes millions very year and as anyone can see is a loosing battle and the sad part for all intentions does nothing to our current traffic congestion. When will those elected ever get it in their heads. They won’t change it next elections.