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The Bypass safety issue: What really can be done?

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Kellis Booth writes:
I can see the lights on the bypass from a mile away so I'm not sure what else can be done to make that intersection more safe. The problem is that people are running red lights. No extra light, speed bump or even tire spike can stop someone from breaking the law. It's a terrible thing but it's the truth. What really can be done? I don't feel it fair to blame the city or for someone to dare claim negligence on the dept of transportation. - Kellis Booth
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