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Even the working lights aren't that great at producing light so even the lighted sections are pretty dark.
Also, I've seen the police only a few times actually on the trail. I do see them parked at the entrance under Franklin St. regularly, but there are plenty of other places for people to get on and off the trail between there and R where I get off. I don't go under NY Ave. very often, but I don't think I'd like that section if I did it every day or if I was a woman.

by thump on Dec 5, 2012 3:32 pm • linkreport

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