Drivers should know if there is no li...

Drivers should know if there is no line, there is no lane

There are 1 comment on the Times Union story from Nov 1, 2010, titled Drivers should know if there is no line, there is no lane. In it, Times Union reports that:

Q: When there are two unmarked lanes at a light, how do you know which direction the lanes are designated for ? Is there a standard, or are lanes always supposed to be marked? Here's what sparks my question: If you are traveling eastward down Morton Avenue in Albany, there are two lanes at the light where Morton intersects South Pearl Street.

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Rock Hudson

Somerset, NJ

#1 Nov 2, 2010
I'm still dead.

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