Because thinking deep is just too frickin' hard.
Pity about the hazardous, non-compliant bollards, though. Putting in two bollards channels traffic both directions into a head-on collision in the center of the trail. And bollards without all-weather retroreflectivity and pavement striping tend to cause second-rider/hidden bollard collisions. The bollard design shown in your photos should definitely be raising liability concerns with whoever is responsible for the trail, they don't meet state or national safety standards.Good bollard guidance from FHWA at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/recreational_trails/guidance/accessibility_guidance/bollards_access.cfm
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