Boston is a great market town. There are many positive attributes and many could be improved and developed to make them even better. Many of the good folk involved are working hard to achieve these positive goals. However, I feel that one of the biggest issues that is holding back the town is the traffic problem. I know it is very difficult to resolve given the road infrastructure that exists and how little money there is to make the changes needed. The town gridlocks when trains come in or shunt goods to the Port. There are no bridges over the railway like they have in Donington, Quadring, Gosberton and Pinchbeck. Oddly enough Spalding suffers in the same way, it also gridlocks when the trains come in or through. So what is the answer, a bridge or two maybe ? Would this be affordable, practicable, cost effective ? Would this then exacerbate problems elsewhere ? Maybe worth considering. If you can “unchoke” something to let it “breathe” then it will likely thrive and flourish.
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