Tuesday, September 21, 2010
57 and 585... Better than it was.
It was common for motorist on SR57 to fail to stop. The results were often deadly. I can recall one night when a car containing five people was returning from a wedding. The occupants never made it home…ever.
Eventually a flashing light was installed requiring traffic to stop on 57. This helped but not much.
Eventually a major change came to this intersection. The change came with turn lanes, and a regular traffic light.
There are still crashes here but not so many. Sometimes change can be good.
Today’s photo is a six second exposure taken at 9:30 PM.
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