Crosswalk paint is worn to patches at Shawmut Avenue and East Berkeley Street in the South End. City officials say repainting is behind schedule.

Worn crosswalks lead to danger

Faded markings test drivers, pedestrians

By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / May 28, 2007

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Every day, Stephan Smith steps to the corner outside his South End apartment for a walk to the park or to Walgreens for milk or any of the other errands that force him to cross four lanes of Washington Street traffic. Every day he wonders if he will survive the trip. (Full article: 837 words)

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