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Traffic Q&A: It only takes one boat to halt traffic near some drawbridges - TheNewsTr
by NewsReader 05-07-2012



Traffic Q&A: It only takes one boat to halt traffic near some drawbridges
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Hundreds of cars were waiting on both sides and one dinky sailboat went through. Hardly seems fair. Question: Can just any boat make a drawbridge open, regardless of how much traffic there is? On the way to Port Townsend last weekend I got stuck for at ...

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