Talk:Interstate 526

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incomplete interchange of I-526[edit]

Completion of i-526 across islands to the James Island connector is a controversial issue in Charleston. This morning a letter to the local newspaper editor cited the (correct) language on Wikipedia about the Savannah highway interchange being "incomplete" and my first thought was, Here come the would-be revisionists to change the word "incomplete" to something else. Not sure how I'm supposed to alert the top editors that this might be an issue today. I believe the interchange is best described as incomplete, regardless which side of the controversy. Fergdoug (talk) 11:37, 7 April 2017 (UTC)

There is no "top editor," but their are those, like myself, that patrol the page from time to time. Haven driven I-526 myself, wrote some of the history of it and listed references, I know it is also "incomplete;" if someone were to make changes saying otherwise, it would likely be reverse. If anything else, we also have a "view history" tab for when changes were made and by whom. So no worries. --WashuOtaku (talk) 22:01, 7 April 2017 (UTC)