I’m reading your article (Richard K. Rein’s April 15 column) and I had to stop and E-mail you. Thank you, Richard K. Rein. I drive to Princeton three times a week to attend classes at the Princeton Senior Resource Center and the library and always, always encounter cellphone engrossed pedestrians and others who ignore the left turn arrow onto Witherspoon.
Thank goodness my therapist has helped me curtail my anger as I drive along Nassau and that one intersection. I am not alone in my feelings.
Gail A. Mitchell
Editor’s note: The writer is a quilter studying in the MFA program at Drew University.