Comment 95379

By matthewsweet (registered) | Posted November 30, 2013 at 21:47:09 in reply to Comment 95377

From a design standpoint, does the hairpin turn leading to the railway crossing achieve a turning radius that should by its design discourage high speeds around that corner and thus reduce the potential for a lethal trap? I don't recall the railway ties so I have no direct knowledge of the location, so I will take your word on the acuteness of the crossing angle.

And I assume when you repeatedly use the term "road" you are referring to the multi use trail for cyclists and pedestrians leading to and from the bridge, correct?

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