Pedestrian danger zone fixed
Who got it done: D.C. Department of Transportation
Residential street or racetrack? Sometimes it's difficult to tell on Sheriff Rd. in Northeast D.C. with cars whizzing by at top speed.
The situation was exacerbated in recent months because reflective median pylons that warn drivers of walkers in the 4600 block were torn out. The District Department of Transportation deserves kudos for replacing them. Pedestrians can now venture across the road with (a bit) more safety.
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