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good. i was about to bring a can of day-glow orange spray paint with me the next time i rode through there. they had just the bracket embedded in the cement sticking up about three inches for the last couple weeks which was nearly invisible.

This is a welcome addition. The reflective stripes will help us see them in the dark, provided they are left in the upright position!

I question the need for bollards at all (and have ranted about it before--see link below). Unless there is evidence that cars are encroaching on the trail, then just leave them off. They cost money, need to be maintained and can be a hazard to trail users. Lose-lose-lose.

The W&OD trail removed all their bollards several years ago and have not experienced any problems.

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