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Proctors crosswalk brighter, durable in busy street area

On Thursday, the crosswalk linking the Metroplex Parking Garage and Stratton Plaza on Broadway in downtown Schenectady was being installed with a  new thermoplastic high visible crossing material.
Ennis-Flint, manufacturer of the thermoplastic material donated the material for the crossing at no cost to the City of Schenectady or Metroplex.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
On Thursday, the crosswalk linking the Metroplex Parking Garage and Stratton Plaza on Broadway in downtown Schenectady was being installed with a new thermoplastic high visible crossing material. Ennis-Flint, manufacturer of the thermoplastic material donated the material for the crossing at no cost to the City of Schenectady or Metroplex.
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Christopher Wallin wasn’t about to walk away from a free crosswalk. The city engineer just had to find a place where one brand new crosswalk wouldn’t look out of place. Most busy intersections use two or four crosswalks, but traffic safety company Ennis-Flint was offering only one. So after talking it over with area officials, Wallin found the perfect spot. The crosswalk behind Proctors connecting the Metroplex parking garage with Stratton Plaza would be the ...


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