Issues: street signal
1290 Romansville Rd Coatesville, PA 19320, USA
There are stop signs on Lone Eagle Road where it intersects Romansville Road, but no traffic controls on Romansville Road. The speed limit on Romansville Road is 45 mph, but I have witnessed cars going in excess of 65 mph in this stretch. With all of the new developments in the area, and the abundance of young children, I feel that this intersection presents a clear damger as it is now controlled.
Thank you for this great feature on the DLN by the way!
4 VotesFix it! Voted!6000 Cypress St West Monroe, LA
People come barreling down the road after the traffic light at Well, and there is a lot of residential traffic flowing onto Cypress from this area. From what I've heard, there have been wrecks in this area before my own in 2008, and mine was nearly fatal according to one of the first responders (8 hours of unconsciousness, severe brain damage that's taken years to heal).
I know that on Avant there is congestion coming anywhere from Arkansas, the end of Avant, Green, or one of our neighborhoods, and everyone is trying to take a left onto Cypress without taking unnecessary risks. Since we cannot see past the curve at Forest Hill, it takes forever to get onto the road, and more people like myself may make mistakes or take unwarranted risks just to make it to school or work on time. A traffic light at Forest Hill, Avant, or Cornerstone will help residents from this side of the road and those residents and customers across from us, since all of us will be able to see when someone is speeding toward us.
Ne Bucklin Hill Rd Bainbridge Island, WA
I just noticed that there are at least a couple other requests for the additions of stop signs currently on this site. But for many months now I have meant to bring the following issue up, and this website is an easy way to do it – though I imagine not the most effective way.
At the intersection noted on the map (where Bucklin Hill Rd becomes Blakely Ave) I hear horns honking just about daily. Fortunately, I don't hear them unless I'm out in the yard. Big deal, right? Well it indicates a safety problem and I am amazed that there are not more crashes here. Today I heard screeching tires followed by honking horns. I have heard a wreck happen there in the past as well.
The main problem is drivers, just having ascended Bucklin Hill, have left turners pull out in front of them. This happens because the left turners assume that the other driver is going to turn right (even though they don't have their turn signal on). This happens so often because of drivers' rampant neglect of using turn signals in general. So we all have to guess at whether or not someone is going to turn.
I have also had this happen to me as I am riding my bicycle through the intersection. The left turner pulls out in front of me assuming I am going to turn right. The left turner is naturally feeling the pressure to dart out and get on their way toward town. Often there is a line of cars waiting.
I am not sure what the solution may be, but I am suggesting some sort of traffic control device. You guys are the experts. No one wants more stop signs or stop lights (as though this would ever happen). But believe me: This is one of the most dangerous, busiest, and most ignored intersections on the island.
By the way, every person I have told that I live at the yellow flashing light is not aware that there is a yellow flashing light there (and many of them, I'm sure, don't know what one is for).
Thanks for your consideration. I believe there will be wrecks at this intersection that could be avoided.
6404 Carmel Rd Charlotte, NC 28226, USA
Traffic exiting Waterford Square Apartments onto Carmel Road, particularly those turning left, have to take their lives in there own hands. I myself turn right and then turn around. It's a hastle and I think a lights should be installed
16 VotesFix it! Voted!5 Points In Aston
the traffic light for knowlton road is absolutely TOO SHORT, if the first car goes when the light is green, and the last car stops at red, approximatley 2-3 cars get to proceed thru the intersection. most drivers go thru the red light in order to not have to wait. the other lights at that intersection allow 25-30 cars thru
7 VotesFix it! Voted!Route 322 & Fellowship Drive Concordville, PA
Traffic light at intersection of Route 322 and Station Road is just itching for more accidents. There is no delay in the changing of lights. With the new school year starting, it is very concerning to see buses turning left at that light when those of us who use this road every day constantly witness 18-wheel trucks blow through the red light. It's not unusual to see a car behind the truck that's blowing through the red light follow the truck because they don't even see the traffic light. Those of us familiar with this road never cross the road onto Fellowship Drive or turn left onto 322 until we see the traffic in both directions on 322 completely stopped. People have complained to Concord Twp. and The State Police to no avail. All it would take is a "delay" in the light change. Go figure?
Stallings Rd. And Hickory Ridge Rd. Harrisburg, NC
There needs to be a regular light here... To many times have i seen accidents almost happen due to confusion and there being soo much traffic to Hickory Ridge Campus.. Plus if the entrance to the Hickory Ridge campus gets a regular traffic light so should here!
4216 Weaver Dr Raleigh, NC 27612, USA
The intersection of Weaver Drive and Duraleigh Road is a terribly dangerous one. Cars entering and exiting (especially exiting) the Oak Park neighborhood are constantly having to dodge cars speeding on Duraleigh Road. There are many accidents here with injuries. During some parts of the day it is nearly impossible to access Duraleigh Road south from Weaver Drive with the number of cars traveling at high speeds on Duraleigh. Some folks have even taken to going north on Duraleigh and making a u-turn at the quarry entrance because access to Duraleigh south is so perilous. Has there ever been a study on putting a stoplight at this intersection? If not, could a study be initiated?
246 N Main St Waterbury, CT 06702
The traffic signal at the corners of North Main, Kingsbury and Cooke streets are unreasonably long when attempting to cross North Main. The light at Cooke and Grove Street is also unreasonably long. Please review the traffic patterns and adjust the wait time.