Rocky Route 100 rail crossing to be p...

Rocky Route 100 rail crossing to be put back on track -- themor...

There are 2 comments on the The Morning Call story from Jul 9, 2007, titled Rocky Route 100 rail crossing to be put back on track -- themor.... In it, The Morning Call reports that:

Q: The right-hand northbound lane of Route 100 at the Norfolk Southern railroad crossing in Fogelsville is in bad shape, causing backups past Schantz Road at peak travel times as the big rigs gingerly cross the ...

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#1 Jul 14, 2007
I think they should ban trucks on Route 100

Since: Jul 07

Macungie, PA

#2 Jul 15, 2007
Bushwacker wrote:
I think they should ban trucks on Route 100
Man I SOOOO Agree!

The people that planned that industrial complex and the roads to get them on the freeway should be SOOO fired. I cannot believe they did it the way they did. And thats not even the reason for these HUGE traffic jams, it's the tracks?

Come to think of it, the people fixing the roads should be fired as well. Have they ever heard of globe lights and night work? Probably not in the union agreement. Morons.

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