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City Council studying Campbellsville-style crosswalks

2017-11-08 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener,
The Columbia City Council, meeting Monday, November 6, 2017, unanimously approved a request by Council Member Pam Hoots to authorize the Sidewalk Committee to negotiate with the KY Tranasportation Cabinet for permission to paint Pedestrian Crossings similar to this on in the 500 block of E Main Street in Campbellsville, KY. The Sidewalk Committee spent the better part of one day with Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young studying safety measures Campbellsville has taken to make the micropolitan community one of the most walkable in Kentucky. Variations might include adding cross hatching in the inside black rectangle warning motorists to stay out of that area except when it is clear to move through only, preventing blocking as happens on Jamestown Street at Reed, adding stop bars at each crossing, and stop signs on each corner. Clicking Read More accesses Columbia City Council, Mon 6 Nov 2017 REPORT

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