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Sound Off: When will the city begin to paint new lanes on city streets?

Traffic engineer David Woosley reports lane painting begins after school lets out in May.

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Jane 2 years ago

We need a better way to license drivers in this country if people need lines to know where to stop and/or drive.

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classclown 2 years ago

ChootemLiz (anonymous) says…

South side of Kasold at Clinton Parkway and Kasold...some people stop almost in the intersection because you can't see where to stop. March 24, 2012 at 11:24 p.m

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Now I may just be one of them there city slickers as you people like to refer to us, but in the big city it's easy to tell where to stop whether there are lines painted or not. We stop before we go into the intersection.

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ChootemLiz 2 years ago

South side of Kasold at Clinton Parkway and Kasold...some people stop almost in the intersection because you can't see where to stop.

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buffalo63 2 years ago

North 2nd/3rd needs to be done NOW! The painted line is non-existant and the tar stripe is just enough off lane center that it is a hazard trying to stay in your lane while driving side by side, especially going south from the turnpike entrance.

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Curtis Lange 2 years ago

That's a dumb time to start. Would think its pretty important to have clearly visible lines during spring rains...

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LadyJ 2 years ago

So all the teenage drivers will be driving around town and parents will be driving underage kids all over to keep them entertained. I guarantee any road work that needs to be done actually around a school will be done while school is in session.

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