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Another wonders if it will take death for KY 55 N to be improved

Lynne Darnell writes:
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I agree! The passing lane coming up by Betty’s is very deceiving, especially for out of town drivers. It is marked as a passing lane, not a turning lane. Unfortunately due to the design of the road, many including myself are forced to use it as a turning lane while others are speeding up to use it as a passing lane. Living in Cane Calley and working right off of 55, I must drive this road and turn from the passing lane daily. A near miss myself several weeks ago, has me even more nervous about this particular area of 55. I personally feel this section would have benefited more from a turning lane rather than a passing lane and definitely lessened the risk of injuries. --Lynne Darnell
Comments re article 93790 Does someone have to be killed for KY 55 to be made safer



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