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It is alarming that the "Replace surface with rough rocks..." alternative was even considered. Sounds like a great way to stop people from cycling.

Reducing from three to two lanes at hotspot 3 is good. Some of the rest is window dressing. Sure, better signage helps for those drivers who care enough to pay attention, but we have a lot of drivers around here that don't care. Consistent speed enforcement would be one of the biggest improvements they could have made, and perhaps the installing of lights at crossings, although I am ambivalent about waiting several minutes at a low-priority signal.

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