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November 14, 2013

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Chas Holzworth

Victoria BC- Hillside at Government, Douglas, Gorge. Incidentally, there's a Petro Canada at one of the 5 corners.

Kieth G. Belanger

Ft. McMurray Hwy 63 interchanges from Thickwood Blvd to SBC traffic lights - confusing road signs & directions, multiple confusing lines from several changes due to the ongoing, over five year construction process to improve the traffic flow north to the plants.

Chad Andriowski

#16... really? It's a roundabout... I thought those were supposed to be the safest type of intersection. I go through there all the time and have never had an issue.

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