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Heartland Parkway engineering problems like ones in Taylor
Numerous accidents were drivers were using passing lane as a turning lane, also
Steve Myers writes:
Ms. Coomer, I agree with you; officials could have studied 55 South across Green River bridge the intersection at the Lake Road and Harley Drive. There have been numerous accidents there - people using a passing lane as a turning lane also. --Steve MyersComments re article 86092 Engineering and the human factor
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