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March 12, 2017

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Crap shoot of safety

Much better! Used to be a crap shoot of safety!

Bruce Dickinson

Yes, I gotta tell ya, government seems to be in the mode of providing solutions in search of a problem.

Bruce Dickinson is glad that common sense prevailed in this case, for a refreshing change!

Bobby

They should have done this years ago. It speeds up flow onto 101S, and is orders of magnitude safer.

Only downside appears to be that offramping traffic at times, can get backed up on 101.

Burlingamer

I take this exit everyday going 101S, I agree it's flows much more nicely than before.

The left turn off Humboldt onto Popular does get backed up at times. During traffic it's almost always faster detouring around and entering from the left.

They did improve it by making the left hand turn lane a bit longer, but I think they should think about having a left hand turn light too.

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