Carmel to put Range Line Road on a ‘diet’ with upgrades 

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  • Mark

    How many head on collisions have there been on Rangeline? Adam, please ask questions. Are you a “reporter?” Or are you just copying and pasting what the mayor tells you too.

  • Mark

    in addition to being an inconsiderate driver the mayor is the one who has had an accident on Westfield Blvd. Ask him how he hit a school bus while driving his kids to school.

    Inconsiderate! Whenever I drive on 106th and I am going over Keystone I look to the south to see how many cars I am going to have to merge with when I enter northbound Keystone. One day I saw one car so no big deal. As I’m getting up to 50 MPH, the proper merging speed, I see the only car in the merge lane. I’m thinking the car should move over. No, instead I have to slow down because some idiot is not doing the speed limit.

    I could understand if the car was going to exit at 116th. No. I end up passing the Carmel government vehicle. Who do you think I saw driving? Why the mayor!

  • rhondaleebaby69

    It’s about time Rangeline Road was put on a road diet. The traffic is dangerous on that stretch.

  • Eric Morris

    The motion-activated pedestrian crossing lights encourage drivers and pedestrians to break the law. The pedestrian does not have the right of way unless it is an actual controlled intersection. The only thing consistent about ped/bike crossings in the area is the inconsistency and confusion.

  • RKW50

    Its official. Mayor Brainard is acting like a teenager with a no limit credit card. As hard as I try, I really can’t come up with a good reason to do this.

  • Larry Verrill

    Are these new round-a-bouts being constructed on R.L.R. of sufficient diameter to allow school buses, fire trucks, delivery semis, moving vans, parade floats, limos, hearse’s, etc.. to circumvent. I’m a little concerned about R.L.R. and 136th St. be cause I have a lot in the Carmel Cemetery to be buried in next to my wife. Will they have (for alinement purposes) those little “hitches” at one of the exits that won’t allow any of the motorized vehicles mentioned above to maneuver without climbing the curb. Many of the round-a-bouts already constructed will not allow vehicles of the size above to circumvent. And on and on and on………….