Reflective paint illuminates problem area on Apalachee Parkway


Street Scene Philip Stuart Guest columnist Retired state trooper Philip Stuart.

Q. Linda brings some promising information to Street Scene. We first published three hazardous nighttime conditions at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway and Conner Boulevard last June. Poor street lighting, insufficient left turn green arrow time — south to east, and a concrete median-end (bullnose) being struck by turning vehicles.

The intersection continued to experience vehicles running over the median-end which protrudes sufficiently into the intersection to be struck by southbound Connor Boulevard traffic turning left onto eastbound Apalachee Parkway. The problem is insufficient street lighting and the poor design placement of the concrete median.

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