Interstate 80 Hackensack, NJ 07601, USA
Exit 64a going from 80w onto 17n. This ramp is so straight with a yield sign on the right on the ramp and hidden by trees and over growth. Traffic flies up the ramp without yielding or even looking.
I travel 17n to work daily, i have been just about hit every day and almost killed a few of them.
This ramp needs resign bigger signage or some heavy rumble strips.
Perhaps bergen County cops should patrol that ramp instead of slowing traffic for the easy seat belt ticket.
Ramp Merge For Rte 80 East Saddle Brook, NJ 07663, USA
As of June 6. 2013, the bushes have grown back and the view to check oncoming traffic from the Garden State Parkway is blocked. There is still no sign warning drivers coming off the Parkway that there is a
HIDDEN AND HEAVY MERGE on the right side as they follow ramp to Route 80 East.
As of October 1, 2012, there is still NO SIGN for drivers exiting Garden State Parkway at Exit 159 telling them that there is a heavy merge on right which is HIDDEN BY TRESS AND BUSHES WHICH GET CUT DOWN AND THEN GROW AGAIN.
My neck is sore from twisting it to see if any cars are coming off the
Parkway on ramp to Exit 80 East BEFORE I can merge onto that
Please drive this merge yourself from Saddle Brook and see how your neck feels.
Thank you, Anita Nedswick
Drivers speeding off Garden State Parkway at Exit 159 have
NO SIGN of HEAVY MERGE
on right ( from Saddle Brook)
Cars have no speed strips, ramp curves, bushes and trees
hide cars approaching on right
I have been tapped in rear of my car twice trying to merge from Midland Ave in Saddle Brook with cars speeding off
GSP at Exit 159. Have to stop
twice.....once at actual sign and
then STOP AGAIN in a few feet
so you can turn around 180 degrees to see cars speeding out of Toll Booths at Exit 159.
586 N Franklin Turnpike Ramsey, NJ 07446, USA
In order to go around this pothole, you need to go over the double yellow lines, so if someone is coming the other way, close to the line, you have no choice but to go over it.