Monday, April 20, 2009

More on the Zig Zag Lines

As first reported here on Loudoun County Traffic, here's the story on VDOT's safety campaign to get drivers to slow down in a high pedestrian and bicycle areas.

According to the WTOP Radio report, "The 500 feet of zig-zagging lines are painted on the ground on Belmont Ridge Road, where it intersects with the Washington and Old Dominion trail in Loudoun County. There are plans to also paint the crooked lines on Sterling Boulevard where it intersects with the W&OD trail."

The story is also in the VDOT "Northern Virginia Project News" newsletter that came out today (see page 4).

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