Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Authorities Promise I-435 Speeder Crackdown After EPIC Highway Crash Inferno

The Golden Ghetto commute just got slower in order to save the lives of our friends who have to commute to JoCo jobs. Checkit:

Construction company, police talk speeding enforcement on I-435

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Overland Park police and the Kansas Highway Patrol plan to ramp up their presence along the construction zone on I-435 involved in a crash earlier this week. Clarkson Construction, the company in charge of the project, is also urging motorists to slow down in the wake of the wreck.

8 Comments:

Northlander said...

Should have them where the lanes narrows to one lane all the time.

Anonymous said...

It isn't just speeding - it is aggressive driving that should be enforced as well.

Anonymous said...

That construction crew should be fined for allowing the I-435 roadway pavement to disintegrate in remaining open lanes. It's a danger to motorists!

Anonymous said...

Damn it..if it wasn't the 3rd time in 15 years it had to be completely torn down and completely rebuilt you wouldn't have these problems build the mother fucker to last how many times are we going to let the Clarkson Corporation build things that fall apart just to come back to pay them again to redo what they couldn't get to last if the world made any sense you could sue them for their poor design and the state of Kansas also their product causes people to get hurt and die High labor cost is being offset with cheap product

Anonymous said...

It taint speedin it's called qualifying

Anonymous said...

Clarkson Corporation is a pathetic excuse for a construction company. They have been working on I435 for a lifetime. Get them out of there and a company in there that can get the job done.

Anonymous said...

Put a Krispy Creme at each exit to increase the presence of the pussy Joco cops. Biggest fucking cunts of any local police agency.

Anonymous said...

This is Brownback and Kobach's fault for crappy government funding based on the puppets strings of the Koch Bros and 1st graders at the Heritage Foundation.