New and Improved? The 2016-Era Speedbumps on JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park Now Have More Painted Lines

So these lines are new, that’s the news.

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I’ve never seen this kind of thing. I guess people were getting surprised by the bumps?

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Frisco remains on the cutting edge of paint engineering, it would seem.

I’ll tell you, I go over these things at a steady 25 MPH, but others slow down to about ten and then speed up again to around 30 only to slow down again a short stretch down the road. That’s the update…

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2 Responses to “New and Improved? The 2016-Era Speedbumps on JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park Now Have More Painted Lines”

  1. Tamarind Sally says:

    It must be hard to figure out what all the symbolic painting means.
    Question: what do the low speed bumps at ped crossings appear like to a driver? I don’t know how effective they are. For example, there one at the east side of Duboce Park where Hermann comes in to Steiner to protect pedestrians crossing over to the park. Maybe all this symbolism will ironically result in distracted drivers, pondering the meaning of (symbolic) life.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    It could be. Some of these speed humps are hard to even feel as a driver – they are mostly symbolic, to please the homeowners nearby I guess.

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