It is wonderful if you are staying in Seaside, WaterColor, or Old Seagrove Beach (around the 395 intersection) and can more easily walk or bike to your desired destination. I appreciate many factors of New Urbanism. If you are further East, the cars traveling West on 30A stack up over 25 in a row throughout busy Spring weeks and most of the summer. For those just trying to go to grocery store, work or school, make happy hour, an alternate road would be helpful in many ways. The road is already cut through and doesn't appear to be in or through any "park" land. Heck, we might not even have to pave it if we don't tell too many people about it. Just take down the two fences, one at the end of San Juan and the other between the Regions Bank and Turtle Ridge WaterColor sign. But, planning ahead when thousands start buying here again we need to add a little infrastructure.