Comment 110542

By seancb (registered) - website | Posted March 25, 2015 at 17:38:14 in reply to Comment 110523

The fact that

the sightlines are below the required standard and the downward grade of the roadway and horizontal curve make it impossible for motorists to observe and stop safely for the pedestrians at this location

IS PRECISELY WHY WE NEED A PROPER TREATMENT HERE!

This is super simple - speed reduction bumps leading into the curve downbound, and a raised pedestrian crossing. The speed limit needs to be 30 or less. a chicane upbound would help reduce speeds

If we can't have a proper crossing here, then we'd better remove the signal at st joseph's drive, right?

http://i.imgur.com/uboKmVD.png

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