Drivers can expect them to be visible and vigilant.
“We’re going to marathon this, not sprint this out,” Wagner said.
The traffic issue generated many comments yesterday on eagletribune.com.
“I personally don’t feel that signs will make a difference,” wrote one reader, urging tougher enforcement. “Hit the bad drivers in the pockets.”
Others blamed poor drivers.
“No one uses their directional signal any more. This makes me crazy,” a reader said.
One reader thought people just need to take the time to drive better.
“Another thing that would help but is impossible to legislate is better personal time management,” the reader posted. “Just because your vehicle is capable of being driven at 100 mph does not make you or the drivers around you on the highway future NASCAR stars.”