The crosswalk on North Road in front of Folklife Village is getting painted, which has reminded me to point out an article from wired.com: Roads Gone Wild. The article summary says:
No street signs. No crosswalks. No accidents. Surprise: Making driving seem more dangerous could make it safer.
It’s fascinating, and just the thing to read as you sip your brandy this evening.
But back to painting lines on Gabriola roads: does the painting of this crosswalk perhaps indicate that more lines-on-road painting might happen this summer? It’d be cool to have a yellow line again on parts of North Road where the line has been worn away.
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