Issues: street signal
Engle Road And Towpath Trail Fort Wayne, IN
The red light on Engle Road is very long considering the cross traffic is very minimal. Also, the green light is not long enough. The timing of the light signal needs adjusted.
4 VotesFix it! Voted!Interstate 87 & Wolf Rd Colonie, NY
That entire section needs immediate changes!!! it is dangerous and was supposed to be fixed 10 years ago...
When you exit I87 (4) to Wolf Rd the lights are so out of sync that you sit 5 minutes waiting to make the left.. then if you can make the left because no cars are blocking the ramp .. you immediately get the red light at Albany Shaker.. making you then wait another 2-5 minutes to make the left onto Albany Shaker.. then surprise if you are not first to make turn the light on AlbanyShaker westbound turns red... it can take almost 12 minutes to get to the airport.
1-99 Corporate Woods Dr Albany, NY 12211, USA
southbound traffic staying in it own lane trips the left turn signal for northbound traffic causing southbound traffic to stop when there are no other cars around. The pavement there is in very poor shape and I'm guessing that may have something to do with it, are there any plans to address this?
Ft Campbell Clarksville, Tn
After receiving a ticket for running a red light with circumstances, the officer in court revealed that the cameras are set to capture your picture before you get to the traffic line which is within seconds of the yellow light changing. I have video proof.
13 VotesFix it! Voted!
4901 4999 Oregon 99 E Portland, OR 97211, USA
Almost everyday while driving home across the intersection of NE Alberta and MLK drivers seem to form two lines at th stop light due to drivers turning left holding up drivers continuing straight on Alberta. Most of the time these drivers turn right however very often they are just passing other drivers continuing east on Alberta. This causes major issues after crossing MLK and attempting to remerge into the one lane street. This is rude and deserves traffic fines for those trying to pas other east bound traffice
1899 State Highway 32 Watervliet, NY 12189, USA
I'm glad this potholed gravel pit of an intersection is finally being repaired, however there are a few important issues which need to be addressed as part of the reconstruction process.
The main problem with this entire stretch, from 13th St. all the way up to 25th St., is that there is virtually no indication on which lanes are the turning lanes and which lanes are the thru-lanes!
The pavement lines are completely worn off along its entire length, and the traffic lights don't all have a consistent series of green left-turn arrows to show which lanes are left turn lanes and which ones are thru-traffic lanes!
The logical setup would be to have the far right-hand lanes always be designated only for straight thru-traffic and right turns. Each intersection along this stretch of Route 32 should have identical markings.
The far left lanes should be ONLY for left turns, so that motorists trying to make left turns don't hold up all the traffic behind them which is trying to go straight.
The DOT (or whoever is responsible) needs to completely re-align the patterns of traffic flow, so that drivers aren't constantly weaving from lane to lane, not knowing which lane to be in.