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Cynthia Rowe: KY 55 North would have been better left alone
'Do we really need this pitiful, narrow three lane patch of hiway?' writer asks.
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By Cynthia Rowe
After making several medical trips back and forth to Campbellsville, I have concerns that Hiway 55 is dangerous to travel now and will be super dangerous when completed.
Cutting a foot off of the width of each lane is ridiculous.
We also have a guardrail that the passenger could spit on or grab from their seat in the car!
I have no knowledge who makes these design decisions but strongly feel it should be looked into.
Coming into Columbia at the very end of the road work is a bump that could damage the front end of a vehicle. If this is not repaired, car damage could be unrepairable.
Do we really need this pitiful, narrow three lane patch of hiway?
I think it would have been better to have left it alone.
Who made the decision to cut the width of the lanes?
Who do we complain to?
I remain concerned.
- Cynthia Rowe
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