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  • It’s about time. Could have been at Westheimer & Montrose Blvd.

  • It should have been either

    Westheimer and Montrose (as the most important intersection)


    Fairview and Taft (as the gayest intersection)

    or why the hell not all three.

  • good to see those white striped honky crosswalks gone….(hey..a joke people, ok?)

  • They’re going to look great in a month after 10,000 tires roll over them daily. Great idea!

  • Oh please “SoDumb”, They will look fine in several months, considering the standard color for these style lines is SOLID WHITE. At worst it will get some UV deterioration and fade in a few years, in which case, you repaint it. Just like we do for Yellow lines, and a litany of other street marking colors.

  • looks good, but wouldn’t it have been better to put these in before gentrification started pushing everyone out? still, better late than never.

  • Looks like pieces of Taffy candy, laid out flat and ready to eat. Yum, Yum.

  • They probably did it at this intersection because Westheimer & Taft is relatively attractive whereas Westheimer & Montrose is incredibly ugly.

  • If you click on any of the three linked articles, you’ll learn that the intersection was chosen to honor the memory of a young man who was killed by a hit-and-run red-light runner at that intersection in January 2016. IIRC, that intersection did not previously have any crosswalks at all, but it did have the red light that the driver was supposed to stop at, and a white line for him to stop behind.

  • Purdueenginerd- You wanna make a bet?

  • that’s gay!