The fact is that as long as we continue to see development and our population grow exponentially, we also see traffic increase. We have more people so need more private vehicles (golf carts) and more delivery vans, dump trucks, garbage trucks etc. Control will be difficult as we see more and more people living further out of the town core who need vehicles to get back and forth for shopping, banking, dining etc. Because the island is narrow there are only a few streets that must pass through town if someone wants to get from north to south or vice versa. I tend to schedule 40 mins to travel by road 4 miles if the travel includes passing through the town center. All towns and cities experience similar traffic related issues. Rather than less vehicles we need more controls, more parking areas, mass transit solutions - of course, this will change the entire "island flavor" that we all love about San Pedro. Is another town or two on Ambergris Caye the solution? We would need another water taxi hub and airstrip to handle the movement of people in other areas on the island. This is not going to be an easy or fast fix.