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The construction sight markings under the NY Ave bridge are actually better now -- before they had those silly road closed car signs on the opposite side from the construction, as if trail users were in cars going 40mph. They kept getting blown around and were a hazard in themselves.

Now they just have a nice line of barrels/cones actually marking the construction zone. Thanks!

PS -- better lighting under that bridge would indeed be nice. I've never had any trouble with the solar lighting elsewhere on the trail -- it seems to work well even if a few lights go out from time to time, since there are so many.

by Greenbelt on Dec 6, 2012 9:23 am • linkreport

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