Slippery steel plates at bridges are hazardous Archived

Lansing River Trail Lansing, MI 48912, USA Show on Map Hide Map
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pothole, bridge

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Many if not all of the bridges along the River Trail have been installed with shiny steel plates to cover up the gap between the paved trail and the bridge. These get extremely slippery when wet or icy any time of the year (not just winter). They need to have some non-slip material applied to them to reduce the chance of nasty slip accidents by bicyclists, joggers, walkers, roller bladers.

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    AndWeReWalking (Registered User)

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    Tim Potter (Registered User)

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