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    I have a 4-lane concrete street I would like to restripe for 3-lane TWLTL operation. The street is not scheduled for resurfacing. Has anyone done something besides sand blasting, water blasting or grinding to remove the lane lines? The above techniques ...

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    Thanks John, In my view, there are three infrastructure factors that work to make turning so dangerous for pedestrians, esp at night: 1. huge A-pillar blind spots, esp for large trucks and all vehicles with side air bags in that location 2. crosswalks ...

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    John, I absolutely believe the general result of this study, but I seriously question the math. The most simple observation would suggest that someone driving a Jaguar ($60K) is 90% less likely to stop for a pedestrian than someone driving a Camry ($30K). ...

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    Greeting All This AM, and ironically on my way to a bike and ped meeting, I heard about this UNLV study on my car's radio. Took me a while to find it on the internet but was able to do so this afternoon. Here is a cut and paste of the internet article. ...

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