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Originally Posted by habacomike View Post

Yea, I70 closed today to the tunnel and over Vail Pass due to accidents...

Somehow, I don't think that sign made much difference.

Mike

Yea, so think it needs to be more like dogshaming.com where violators gave to wear signs around their necks saying things like "I ruined everybody's ski day" sort of like when the dog has to sit in the middle of all the trash it spread around the kitchen.
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lol ... well, I have seen a little more "merge instruction" out there, too ... first there was the "use both lanes to merge point" signs, and then these. I hope people will figure it out finally.

Maybe the hand holding will help smile.gif
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Maybe CDOT has been reading our threads biggrin.gif

That is an awesome pic! I saw that the other day but didn't get a pic of it.

Semi-related question, anyone know when the construction on university blvd is supposed to wrap up? That area is a complete traffic clusterf^%* right now, and that's an understatement
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That is an awesome pic; where is it?  Don't recognize road.  

On another note, I'm not sure CDOT reads much of anything.  I was pretty miffed the other day stuck in almost non-moving traffic in the 6th Avenue construction area near I-25 and finally came across the reason: a CDOT worker and a DPD cop joking with one another in a lane they'd shut off for no reason that was even remotely apparent. I dashed off a quick note of complaint to the CDOT complaint email address, and received back email advice that my note had not gone through due to a "permanent fatal error" which was identified as "too many hops."  I guess that's CDOT's way of diverting complaints off into the ether.

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That is an awesome pic; where is it?  Don't recognize road.  
On another note, I'm not sure CDOT reads much of anything.  I was pretty miffed the other day stuck in almost non-moving traffic in the 6th Avenue construction area near I-25 and finally came across the reason: a CDOT worker and a DPD cop joking with one another in a lane they'd shut off for no reason that was even remotely apparent. I dashed off a quick note of complaint to the CDOT complaint email address, and received back email advice that my note had not gone through due to a "permanent fatal error" which was identified as "too many hops."  I guess that's CDOT's way of diverting complaints off into the ether.

Next time you should try to record that and send it in to the news. I bet you'll get a response :P
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That is an awesome pic; where is it?  Don't recognize road.  

Northbound I-25 between Castle Rock and south Denver.
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