And my comment is on the LA 1 entrance eastbound to, on I-10, to the new bridge. The current design is where the north and southbound LA 1 merges. It’s in a curve and it already backs up as it doesn’t flow well. Even when the bridge is moving and not over capacity, that merge doesn’t flow. A zipper effect is over capacity there. Our new design does not have any — current projected new design does not have any fix or any adjustments to that intersection. It’s still the zipper merge inside of a curve. And I feel that once the widening is complete we’ll draw more cars to this area and to this merge that is already over capacity. I suggest either adding double lanes and then merge up towards the bridge before the zipper straining starts, or ramp meters from one of the sides of LA 1 to where the zipper effect would actually be effective.
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