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It’s a two-way street... pedestrians need to be predictable and keep eyes open and vehicles need to be mindful of where crossings are and be on the lookout. Along Richmond at intersections with 22nd and Shoppers Mall/McDs, its downright scary to see how many vehicles blow right through without noticing that someone is about to cross or even in the middle of already crossing. One improvement I’d like to see at a few spots in town that I can’t see being too difficult is the addition of flashing lights closer to the ground (keep the overhead ones too). This pic is in Portage along the Trans Canada. Not perfect either, but the more flashing lights at places the driver’s eyes are already looking the better chance of being noticed. I’ve seen flashing lights in the road itself in warmer climates but obviously not quite as practical with our winters!
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