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“Dear PoPville,

I was wondering if anyone would know if it could be high temperatures that would be causing mostly all markings of recently paved streets in DC to look like they were done by a two year old? The picture above is from 12th St. and Constitution Ave., but E St. express way is the worst to the point that it could cause an accident. Could they be temporary?”

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