stop sign with majesty
January 27, 2010
There is a big building in the Washington D.C area that is urban-legend’d to have caused hundreds of accidents because when drivers come over the hill on the freeway, they are overwhelmed by its beauty and majesty. I think they’re just drunk.
Well, it’s kind of like that at Suncrest, apparently. On the Suncrest Residents blog (up for a Pulitzer, I hear), someone complained about how our 4-way stop sign is hard to see, and that’s why people keep rolling it.
From the “blog”: “Even in good weather, many of us have seen vehicles go through that intersection without stopping, some without slowing at all. This is a hazard for other motorists and especially for pedestrians trying to cross the intersection.”
Uh huh. I know that’s why I always roll stop signs–they’re hard to see.
I give you, MORE COWBELL:
Check out all its majesty. Suncrest plus one.
It’s still a bit hard to see at night:
Is it just me? Maybe it’s just me.