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Ramps the solution?

Regarding the very interesting article in The Union Oct. 1 about the intersection of Brunswick and Idaho-Maryland roads, I have a recommendation that will make the intersection very safe indeed: Build a grade separation. Extend Idaho-Maryland right across the existing Brunswick roadway at the existing elevation of the Idaho-Maryland. Elevate Brunswick so that it crosses over Idaho-Maryland.

If deemed necessary, up to four ramps could provide right turns from one road to the other. However, studies may show that all four right turns may not be required. After all, many alternate routes are in existence that drivers could take.

Donovan Lee



Cedar Ridge


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