As all Toronto cyclists know, crossing over rail tracks can be intimidating at first. Over time, you build up your confidence and begin riding along Queen or King with ease. And, just sometimes, you stop paying attention long enough and the tracks take you down. And this can really hurt.
In Seattle, it seems that one awkward rail crossing has become quite the hazard. Here’s how they are dealing with the problem:
Helping cyclist navigate train track crossing is great. But, is this much paint and that many signs really necessary?
And this one is in ALL CAPS, which we all know is YELLING!
To be fair, this is only temporary while the city redesigns the area and the crossing.