Navigating the streets of Durango

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Navigating the streets of Durango

Trains from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad cross the intersection of Camino del Rio and Main Avenue various times a day. This is one of the busiest intersections in town that puts travelers on foot and by motor in one place at one time.
Pedestrians cross Camino del Rio at Seventh Street. The crosswalk gets mixed reviews from users.
Cosha Villa, 10, and brother Danny Chambers use the crosswalk at 12th Street and Camino del Rio where it is now much easier to cross the street. Before, pedestrians had to go three blocks down to use a crosswalk.
The pedestrian light at Camino del Rio and 12th Street.
Pedestrians actually dance in the diagonal crosswalk at College Drive and Main Avenue. The traffic feature is called a Barnes Dance, named after its inventor.
The traffic signal at 32nd and Camino del Rio flashes yellow, indicating drivers can turn left with caution.
Traffic flows – but not always easily – through the new roundabout on Florida Road.
Drivers take turns at East Third Avenue, 15th Street and Florida Road.
Stop signs control traffic through the Town Plaza Shopping Center near Rite Aid.
A bicyclist rides alongside traffic on north Main Avenue where there aren’t any designated bike lanes.
Southbound traffic on Colorado Highway 3 uses a merge lane to meet with South Camino del Rio.
Several of these signs are placed along Main Avenue.
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Trains from the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad cross the intersection of Camino del Rio and Main Avenue various times a day. This is one of the busiest intersections in town that puts travelers on foot and by motor in one place at one time.
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Pedestrians cross Camino del Rio at Seventh Street. The crosswalk gets mixed reviews from users.
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Cosha Villa, 10, and brother Danny Chambers use the crosswalk at 12th Street and Camino del Rio where it is now much easier to cross the street. Before, pedestrians had to go three blocks down to use a crosswalk.
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The pedestrian light at Camino del Rio and 12th Street.
Pedestrians actually dance in the diagonal crosswalk at College Drive and Main Avenue. The traffic feature is called a Barnes Dance, named after its inventor.
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The traffic signal at 32nd and Camino del Rio flashes yellow, indicating drivers can turn left with caution.
Traffic flows – but not always easily – through the new roundabout on Florida Road.
Drivers take turns at East Third Avenue, 15th Street and Florida Road.
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Stop signs control traffic through the Town Plaza Shopping Center near Rite Aid.
A bicyclist rides alongside traffic on north Main Avenue where there aren’t any designated bike lanes.
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Southbound traffic on Colorado Highway 3 uses a merge lane to meet with South Camino del Rio.
Several of these signs are placed along Main Avenue.
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