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Old 12-03-2007, 03:45 PM   #1
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Old 12-03-2007, 06:56 PM   #6
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I'm all for it, I will say though...I'd steer very clear of anything on the East side. The roads are bad and there is usually debris scattered down the various roadways of that area (Eric was a victim of this debris earlier this year). If you just think about it, that is where the ship channel (along with all the other various chemical and other facilities) is located and there are trucks and all other kinds of package transit vehicles in that area, so naturally, there will be more plywood, busted tires, etc in that area...

...no offense east sidas but uh, yer roads ain't the best and I steer clear of um...
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Old 12-03-2007, 11:26 PM   #7
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They tried doing something like that on www.houstonperformancedriving.com (HPD) with speed traps. The problem is someone has to maintain an inventory of data constantly shifting from changes, and unless the data is absolute, you will have redundencies.

What MH can do is organize and apply fault and political pressure on 311 and City Council to take action on dangerous debris and construction that litters our freeways. Maybe an interactive section between MH members and the city engineer and department of public safety?

I say we vote Chris in for City Council
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They tried doing something like that on www.houstonperformancedriving.com (HPD) with speed traps. The problem is someone has to maintain an inventory of data constantly shifting from changes, and unless the data is absolute, you will have redundencies.

What MH can do is organize and apply fault and political pressure on 311 and City Council to take action on dangerous debris and construction that litters our freeways. Maybe an interactive section between MH members and the city engineer and department of public safety?

I say we vote Chris in for City Council
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Good idea if we add speed traps to that as well, but debris is kinda off and on, unless it's a permanent hazard, it would seem kinda pointless.
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They tried doing something like that on www.houstonperformancedriving.com (HPD) with speed traps. The problem is someone has to maintain an inventory of data constantly shifting from changes, and unless the data is absolute, you will have redundencies.

What MH can do is organize and apply fault and political pressure on 311 and City Council to take action on dangerous debris and construction that litters our freeways. Maybe an interactive section between MH members and the city engineer and department of public safety?
+1

Definitely like this idea
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Old 12-05-2007, 07:27 PM   #14
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I tried this a while ago. I started off with minor things just to give you guys an idea of the intent.

All looks but not one reply to that thread.

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