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December 28, 2020


Matt M

So many people are oblivious and dangerous when they're driving. It's sad.

Handle Bard

A 30 minute flare costs 2 bucks. It's a no-brainer.


Look what's back:


The top "Serious Street Stupidity" in the county is the Poplar exit.


I second your nomination, Fred.


This is the thing that people miss when talking about El Camino, with the poor pavement, the poor drainage and the dangerous sidewalks. The traffic signal infrastructure is also falling apart.


The wiring is almost completely shot and is at the end of its useful life, so you will be seeing more of these outages as the wires and underground conduits fail. The poles are 40-50 years old, the vehicle and signal head frameworks are rusted and just barely hanging on to the decrepit poles. Already made this comment to the ECR project website. I hope it's not overlooked.

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