Bay Bridge: problems at the S curve
Original post made by Qwerty on Nov 9, 2009
"The California Highway Patrol said the primary factors in the accident were the driver's speed and the shifting weight of his cargo, not any problems with the S-curve's design.
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Does that statement bother anyone? Even if the driver were going over the speed limit, there have been 40+ accidents on the S curve since it opened. Is CHP just trying to save the state's @$$? Seems to me the S curve is a lot of trouble. If there weren't any problems with its design, would they have had as many accidents as there have been?
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