A puzzling palimpsest of perceived precepts

The lanes on Riverside Avenue in Minneapolis are now a puzzling palimpsest of perceived precepts. Since the snowplows scraped up some of the most recent markings and whatever obscured the previous iteration, Riverside is now not a self-explaining road, instead it is a self-confusing road. Is there or is there not a turn-lane?


Photo taken at intersection of Riverside and Butler Place.

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This page contains a single entry by David Levinson published on April 13, 2010 6:29 AM.

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