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Topic - Stewart Schwartz
"There is sort of a chicken-and-egg situation here, where the developers are waiting to make their next investment, but (before they do) they want to have the confidence that the public sector is there, committed to helping them with place making," said Stewart Schwartz, director of the Coalition for Smarter Growth in the region.
"Both lanes are well below their original forecasts for number of trips and revenue, which indicates these are both still experiments," Mr. Schwartz said. "That's why we urged them to wait on the I-95 HOT lanes. We really need to test this out before we go further."