Originally Posted by StephenS_84
Do you have proof of this or is it just your opinion?
Good idea Chase. The Maysville to Alexandria is pretty good.
I could be wrong...Either it's the highest fatality rates in the U.S. or possibly the highest in just Ohio. Still...Butler/Hamilton County have some effed up roadways and way high fatality rates.
Look at our area compared to the rest. Franklin county was close last year.
Here is 2011
Originally Posted by Cincy10SSRS
So, you're saying that you get up to 100mph going up the long, steep, winding, infamous wreck alley known locally as Cut In The Hill, where semi's are always blocking the lanes because they can't get up that hill without going real slow or even often breaking down. Amazing! Worst possible place in the whole region
I can think of to be punching it and going excessively fast.
I've never run into traffic there. Never seen any issues. However, I do know that North bound has tons of trouble through the cut in the hill...not South bound o.0
Originally Posted by Apex Chase
I like the opposite. Approaching the city coming down the hill is pretty cool because it seems like downtown comes out of nowhere.
That view is AWESOME!