A car begins to merge left on South Cedar Street just past South 14th Street recently. Southbound Cedar goes from two lanes to one there, creating a bottleneck for traffic headed toward South 19th Street and points beyond.
A car begins to merge left on South Cedar Street just past South 14th Street recently. Southbound Cedar goes from two lanes to one there, creating a bottleneck for traffic headed toward South 19th Street and points beyond. Adam Lynn alynn@thenewstribune.com
A car begins to merge left on South Cedar Street just past South 14th Street recently. Southbound Cedar goes from two lanes to one there, creating a bottleneck for traffic headed toward South 19th Street and points beyond. Adam Lynn alynn@thenewstribune.com

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