I believe that the traffic flow and speed that will be the new normal on the widened 24th Street corridor will make any grade level crosswalk an invitation to disaster. The road will be at least what used to be called a highway, if not a freeway. It is a freeway on its east extension and highway west. Crossing it will be extremely dangerous. The proposed T design, like any other at grade crossing highly favors drivers over pedestrians. An elevated pedestrian overpass has been dismissed as too expensive and too consumptive of ground space. There must be a creative design for an overpass like those adopted in other cities that would work here. The real cost? Less than one child's life for sure. I don't want this opinion to be an "I told you so" in the future. Come on City Council. Figure this out before you commit to another half-baked decision or the blood will be on your hands.