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Mystery photo: Can you count the crosswalks in photo?

2017-07-26 - 400 Block of Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener,
According to information in the accompanying letter, Kentucky Statutes protect the motorist, even though most crosswalks, in this photo, are not marked. If anyone would like to list them, please do so, using the information in the KRS cited. Some motorists are not aware of the hundreds of places in Columbia which are not marked, but are legal crossings for pedestrians. Note there is a 25 mph speed marker on the right. (Note: The car in the foreground is on the right side of the road and was driving safely, attentively. It's just the setting of the telephoto lens which might make it appear differently.) - CM. Photo Wed 26 Jul 2017


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