The video in the attached article from Wink News hits the nail squarely on the head in an opening comment: “Troopers are working to keep you safe on a dangerous stretch of roadway in Fort Myers…”
Whether it was planned or accidental, the TV channel has identified the real rogue in this situation — the dreadful design, in safety terms, of the road itself.
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Various areas have today announced planned spending on road engineering projects to enhance traffic safety, and two of these are Allegheny and Westmoreland counties, in Pennsylvania.
What follows is a list showing the costs of just a few of the improvements, so that readers can understand just how expensive such things can be:
- Coraopolis Borough – $205,000 to upgrade a traffic signal installation;
- Shaler Township – $308,000 to install a new traffic signal;
- South Park Township – $199,975 to construct an auxiliary left turn lane;
- West View Borough – $12,682 to install overhead pedestrian crossing signs;
- Latrobe – $122,000 to install electronic flashing school zone speed limit warning devices
For a full list of projects, totalling $13.1 million in PA alone, click here.