City defends its own traffic radio station
The cost for running a city owned traffic radio station has been reduced, but some are wondering if the station is really needed. When it was launched nearly 10 years ago the cost was $100,000 a year but city officials say the cost has dropped dramatically and the traffic radio station provides a valuable service. Jessica Bell, a spokesperson with the Transportation department, says the cost has been slashed to $3,000 a year because workers involved are doing other duties as well. "They're also...