From the article:
"Within 24 hours of a posting on an interactive Web site(*seeclickfix.com), more than 100 people attested to the need to fix the situation, or at least warn people of the angled rail crossing.
The state Department of Transportation has heard the complaints and is expected to have a report on it next month, according to its spokesman, Kevin Nursick."
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