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That's one nasty intersection, no question about it.  I bike through it all the time; it's also a primo spot for panhandlers to hit up autos queued for the stoplights. 

Bus passengers who need to end up on the W side of 355 can slightly simplify the unpleasant walk by staying on the bus until it crosses Shady Grove Road since the next stop is just N of the intersection, underneath the I-370 overpass. 

@Frank IBC,

That highway is why the NE and NW corners of the intersection appear vacant; the SE corner was at one point set aside for a future fire station.  King Auto has occasionally used it for overflow vehicle storage. 

by agree that it's yucky on Jan 14, 2013 9:27 pm • linkreport

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