Why can you pass on the Long Bridge?

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Can someone tell me why it is not against the law to pass a vehicle on the Long Bridge when the lanes in the center of the bridge are divided by a broken yellow line and not a solid double lines as it is now on either end of the Long Bridge? This has to be an error on someoneís part. It should be a solid double lines all the way across the Long Bridge not just at either end. Currently this is way too dangerous as some clown passed a slower vehicle in the center of the bridge going toward Sandpoint and damn near hit me while I was going the other way towards Sagle.

LEN GOLDING

Sagle

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