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I walked from my hotel (Best Western Cottontree on Lindsay and Landbank) almost to the intersection of US 20 and Lindsay/Utah today in search of breakfast. I am not sure of your local laws on "jaywalking" or what constitutes a legal place for a pedestrian to cross the street, but couldn't find a marked crosswalk anywhere in what is about a two thirds of a mile distance along a wide road, crossing several times until I found a place I wanted to eat.
Are pedestrians supposed to use marked crossings in Idaho Falls? Given there are numerous hotels on both sides of Lindsay, has there ever been a thought to adding some marked ped crossings as amenities? Since only some of the hotels had full restaurants, a guest might spend a little time bumbling back and forth across the street.
Plus, if one is staying on the West side of the street, I hope your visitors get to enjoy your quite excellent trail along the Snake R. I jogged it yesterday afternoon after getting here. Lovely town you have here and I was impressed by the the size of the wind farm we flew over on the descent.
Los Alamos, NM