Thursday, August 06, 2015

Anyone Know How This Makes Any Sense?

If you have a car in the popezone by whatever time the popezone archery tower checkpoints go up, you can drive around the popezone (not the super double plus popezone, but the restricted driving area). But if you leave the popezone, you can't come back.
In essence, incoming traffic will be banned from Girard Avenue to South Street, and from the Delaware River to 38th Street, beginning Friday, Sept. 25, and ending early on Sept. 28. Vehicles already within that zone will be allowed to move freely. Also some roads will be open to emergency vehicles only. The Schuylkill will be closed to traffic beginning at 10 p.m. Sept. 25, the Ben Franklin Bridge will be open to pedestrians only, and I-95 will not close.

I have no idea what the point of this is, and I'm the guy who wants to ban all the cars.

As for kids? Well, they're going to close the schools for 2, possibly 3, extra days. Good luck working parents!