79%
Yes
21%
No
79%
Yes
21%
No

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 @9NQL5VP from Pennsylvania answered…2wks2W

Yes, unless existing roads and infrastructure are too old and new infrastructure is deemed more suitable to support growth.

 @9NXFDC6  from Washington answered…1wk1W

 @9NQD7DB from Tennessee answered…2wks2W

No, Prioritize both maintaining current infrastructure as well as constructing new infrastructure.

 @9NHS5NN from Texas answered…2wks2W

 @9PCKRKN from Illinois answered…21hrs21H

  @kwdicke@gmail.com from Missouri answered…1 day1D

No, efficiency of traffic flow, ease of use, and logistics should be the priority over reuse of inefficient infrastructure.

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