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5 thoughts on “U-turns are 1 reaction to new Myhre Road barrier

  1. Blocking that off was stupid and they did it so half— that you can still turn left out of Costo onto Myhre and then that little U-turn at the hospital. I saw 3 cars do it myself on Saturday.

  2. Maybe if people pulled their heads out their — while driving we wouldn’t have these problems. It’s this stupid all about ME attitude. They have no consideration for traffic laws or being polite to other people. In response to Dustin: Those 3 cars have the all-about-me attitude. They don’t care about anything other then themselves. Those are the same type of stupid drivers who decide that “oh the lights red but I’ll keep going”, because they have their head embedded so far up their rear they don’t care about any elses safety.

  3. “All people have to do is continue down Ridgetop another block to Mickleberry and turn right,” he said.

    Who here is surprised?! Oh wait … no one. All this did was push the EXACT SAME ISSUE a few feet down the road. Anyone in their right mind could have seen this coming when they first announced it. This barrier was a waste of time and money and is doing nothing but causing headaches and resulting in stupid people putting themselves in even more danger than if you didn’t have it there. This isn’t worth it for nine accidents in one year.

  4. How could a traffic engineer think that using the access further north on Mhyre would be any safer. The road drops away and curves to the left making it almost impossible to see any cars heading south on Myhre. When accidents start occurring at this access will the counties’ response be to add more barriers and prohibit left turns at this access?

  5. Yup, saw someone do the same thing in front of us last weekend, pulled U-turn in the hospitals driveway. Geez… Not much of an improvement, if you ask me. Wonder how many U-turn accidents will occur in the NEXT year?

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