Perhaps this is something that is best addressed through the town council via signed petitions from visitors. We can talk about it here all we want, but the 'powers that be' need to hear it firsthand from the tourists. Since we all can't be there for the meetings, I suggest someone on the island take up the cause. Maybe if they see hundreds of signatures supporting vehicle restrictions (by the folks that bring needed $$ to the town) something will be done. It beats just talking about it.