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THIS CROSSWALK SERVES TWO PURPOSES.
IT MAINTAINS THE FLOW AND SPEED OF TRAFFIC IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD AND IT ALSO DIRECTS PEDESTRIANS TO CROSS WHERE THE TRAFFIC UNIT WOULD LIKE THEM TO BECAUSE, WELL, WHO'S NOT GOING TO CHECK OUT AN OPTICAL ILLUSION?
BAST says: "We drove by it a few times and we noticed something different about it."
GREG BAST LIVES UP THE STREET FROM THE NEW INSTALLATION.
HE HAS TWO YOUNG CHILDREN AND SAYS HE'S WILLING TO GIVE ANYTHING A SHOT BECAUSE THE NEIGHBORHOOD'S 30 MILES PER HOUR SPEED LIMIT ISN'T ENOUGH.
BAST says: "We have a school right up on top of the hill, lot of children live in the community and we have a lot of blind curves and hills all the way through this main road and you can't always see to stop in time."