Now I’ve heard the stupidest excuse for not putting a light at the Stickle Road intersection.
Perhaps whoever said that motorists don’t expect signals on high-speed highways should take a drive into Kamloops from the east.
The Trans-Canada has a higher speed limit than Highway 97 and there doesn’t seem to have been an inordinate number of rear-end collisions there.
The solution is simple, an advance warning with adequate signing and a speed limit reduction starting at the weigh scale. It’s a straight road there should be no surprises.