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Ramp to 110N to Rosslyn from 395S
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Ramp to 110N to Rosslyn from 395S - February 15, 2011, 08:57 PM

There is a 20' long linear pothole, wide and deep enough to trap a tire, that has formed near the apex of the turn, a few feet fron the right hand side of the road right where you'd normally want the bike to be at that point, on the ramp (right turn) from 395 South, down to Route 110 to Rosslyn. In the past month I was able to go between it and the edge of the road at the apex of the turn, but now an ugly hole has opened up at road's edge so the best bet is to stay wide to the left through the whole turn. Best to take the whole turn a little slower. (02/2011)
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February 15, 2011, 10:41 PM

Fort Meyer has some nasty potholes .. its not hazardous but it has been there for several months now and it annoys me everyday .. don't see any initiative for a repair job .. so much for the "new" rosslyn look!


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Filled, 2 days after posting here! Coincidence?
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