The new Viridian development in north Arlington is moving along nicely. Homes are going up quickly, and a park, complete with a pond, is good to go. The entryway is gorgeous, and eventually there will be tennis courts and swimming pools.Seems they the planners and builders are doing everything right — except for the street names.They make no sense whatsoever.Jasper Dove Way. Jasmine Fox Lane. Really?Autumn Mist Way could be a stripper. Canton Jade? Sounds like a restaurant in Chinatown.And then there’s Badger Vine Lane. We don’t know where that’s going.Is there a plant called a Badger Vine? Not according to Google. A play on words we’re missing? Don’t think so.Seems to us that someone has too much time on their hands.What’s next, Skunk Rose Circle?Training wheelsThey know that it’s wrong. But typically they get away with it.Twelve Arlington motorists must have been shocked — and when they found out that the fine was $214, maybe something else —last week when police cited them for driving around crossing arms at the city’s eight at-grade railroad crossings.It was part of a regular enforcement effort aimed at reducing train-vehicle collisions, police said.According to Operation Lifesaver, a rail safety education group, a person or vehicle is hit by a train every three hours in the United States.In Arlington, there were three such incidents in 2010 and one each in 2011 and 2012.When the Citizen-Journal posted about the enforcement on Facebook, reader reaction spanned the spectrum.“Sounds like entrapment and a burden to its own citizens,” wrote Christopher Gamble. “Way to go Arlington police dept. for doing what the city administrators made you do while they sat behind their desks and thought of other tyrannical ways to harass the good tax paying people of Arlington!”Marty Campisi and Jan White,meanwhile, praised the men and women in blue.Mike Hiett had this to say: “To date...no 3,500 pound vehicle has won the battle against 400,000 pound locomotives and up to 24,000 tons of train following.”Gamble weighed in again, saying he is “not a big fan of government treating its citizens like subservients.”“Most of us don’t need our hands held to cross the street anymore, Mr. Safety,” he wrote.