The traffic accident that killed a 72 year old woman in Hobart on Monday has helped move the conversation on safety forward. The woman died after the vehicle she was a passenger in was struck at the intersection of County Highway U and Highway 29. The big problem with that, and many other intersections is that traffic tries to merge onto 29 from a stand still. Several agencies in the area actually met last month to apply for a federal grant to construct an interchange at 29 and County Highway VV. If that project ever comes to fruition, the intersection where the accident occurred would be completely removed. There have reportedly been 60 accidents at the intersection with VV over the past four years.