Virginia Using Zig-Zag Road Lines to ...

Virginia Using Zig-Zag Road Lines to Slow Motorists

There are 21 comments on the snafu-ed.blogspot.com story from Apr 20, 2009, titled Virginia Using Zig-Zag Road Lines to Slow Motorists. In it, snafu-ed.blogspot.com reports that:

Zig-zag lines are being painted intentionally in Virginia in an effort to get drivers to slow down. The 500 feet of Belmont Ridge Road, where it intersects with the Washington and Old Dominion trail in Loudoun County, is a high pedestrian traffic and bicycle traffic area.

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Since: Aug 08

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#21 Apr 21, 2009
Holly Cow wrote:
Do what Iraq does, place hidden mines on the road that only explores when a car goes on high speed. That will teach careless drivers to slow down.
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/902462/roadside...
Excellent Idea!! The trauma doc's would be really raking it in then.

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