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    Current StudentOct 18, 2012 at 1:50 pm

    “We don’t want traffic to cut through campus that would normally cut through campus.”

    How many random cars cut through campus? I’m going to go with 0-2%. The cars that would be driving through this road are most likely students who can’t find parking and need to go to prassel and students driving from mabee to their dorms (and vice versa). These poles are pointless. The only time to keep them up would be during the football games for the visiting buses.

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    AlecOct 10, 2012 at 2:05 pm

    These poles are pointless. The argument that they make the road pedestrian friendly is similarly useless. The are no pedestrians back there except football players. These poles have just turned that road into a private walkway for athletes and have divided lower campus into two distinct halves. It does not make any sense to force vehicles to go onto shook in order to find parking on a different part of lower campus when that road–which was used for the express purpose of connecting all of lower campus–exists.

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Bell Center road blocked to provide pedestrian access