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    Round about?!? GREEEEAAAAT...

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    I hated them my first few times through, but after using the ones at Lee Road and US23 quite a bit I like them a lot. The biggest problem is the newbies. Little old ladies panic when they get into one for the first few times. After a few months the locals all get used to it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    Last time I was down willow the bridge over 275 was out there too
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    Will carleton bridge over 275 is open now, not sure about Willow.
    They must've finish the Will Carleton Bridge and moved up to Willow since I went through.


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    or they must've finish the Will Carleton Bridge and moved up to Willow since you went through.
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    I hadn't thought of that.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by telecast View Post
    I hated them my first few times through, but after using the ones at Lee Road and US23 quite a bit I like them a lot. The biggest problem is the newbies. Little old ladies panic when they get into one for the first few times. After a few months the locals all get used to it.
    Me too man. I hated them at first but love them now and wish they had more around, and wished they'd educate the public on them more. They have tons of education material on their website but old people don't use computers so what good is that?
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