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The mystery of the blue and white cateyes

By zenpuck 6 April 2008 23

Lots of road resurfacing has been going on in the Dickson/Hackett area. A puzzling aspect of this work is the off-centre blue and white cateyes. They are lined up a few inches to the left of the lane marking red cateyes. I know there must be a simple explanation….but I just can’t see it. Any Nancy Drew or Hardy Boy know the answer?

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TAD 5:04 pm 09 Apr 08

The blue marker indicates the side that the hydrant is on. There is no set distance to the FH.

Bungle 10:53 pm 08 Apr 08

I think they’re a standard distance from the hydrant – so how close the hydrant is to the curb depends on where the cats eyes are on the road.

JC 7:18 am 08 Apr 08

minime2, I think you will find they are offset to indicate which side of the road the hydrant is on.

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