1 VoteFix it! Voted!Belden & New Canaan Wilton, Connecticut
During morning / evening commute times, the Belden / New Canaan / Wolfpit intersection is *way* too busy to be intelligently managed by a stop sign; I've seen lines of cars along New Canaan backed up almost to the reservoir, and even during less busy times there are usually two or three cars lined up in all four directions.
A traffic light would make this intersection far more efficient, and if combined with sensors it would introduce minimal delays during off-peak times.
3 VotesFix it! Voted!Caraluzzi Plaza Wilton, CT
Many drivers, to avoid the red light at Route 7/107 intersection (since a right on red is no longer allowed), use Caraluzzi's parking lot as a cut through. In doing so, they drive as though they are still on a main road (too fast) with little to no regard (they are in a hurry) or cars pulling/in out of parking spaces and/or pedestrians. This lot is busy enough without this added traffic. The other issue with this lot is regarding those who completely ignore the "do not enter" sign at the entrance from Route 107 and exit from that location. The line of sight on Route 107 at that point is very limited so this is dangerous for drivers on 107.
2-70 Riding Club Rd Wilton, CT 06897, USA
A few years ago, the town decided to interrupt the flow of traffic on Olstead Hill Road to what is a relatively quiet dead-end road that intersects it (Riding Club Rd.). What back room politics caused this to happen I don't know, but it is absurd.
6 VotesFix it! Voted!Intersection Of 33 & 57
When driving north on Route 33 from Westport to Wilton, the left turn traffic arrow at the intersection of Westport Road & Chestnut Hill Road lasts at most 15 seconds. It is impossible to make the turn in the alotted time if you are the second car in line,the car in front of you, which is usually not making the turn, has barely moved into the intersection when the arrow changes to orange leaving the second car with the red arrow preventing the turn. The green arrow timing must be adjusted so drivers can actually use it to make a left turn.
965-971 Danbury Rd Wilton, CT 06897, USA
Please stop changing the timing of these signals. It is very dangerous to NOT have the left turn signal from Rt. 7 onto Rt. 10, especially during commuting hours. This is a very high traffic area and should ALWAYS have a turn signal (only exception might be late at night). Also, the signal to turn left from 107 onto Rt 7 is VERY short while it appears that the turn from Mountain Rd (where there is hardly any traffic) is longer. Please make these signals more in line with the traffic in the area.
Olmstead Hill Rd And Danbury Rd
For some reason this intersection was changed to no turn on red.The traffic now backs up on Olmstead Hill and when the light turns green there isn't enough time for more than 5 or 6 cars to go through the light...A green arrow for the cars turning right would also be helpful.
186-198 School Rd Wilton, CT 06897, USA
Turning left from Rt. 7 N to School Road is dangerous. The green arrow light to turn left is not long enough. During school drop off & pick up hours traffic sometimes backs the whole way to Pimpewaug. Drivers are very aggressive because the opportunity to turn is so short. Please make this left arrrow stay green longer so children do not have to witness or be in an auto accident.
Rt 33 And Old Ridgefield Rd
The new traffic light when entering and exiting the center from Rt. 33 is causing a tremendous back up when leaving Wilton center. Where there never were more then 3 cars waiting to exit, there are now always 7 to 8 cars. This traffic light is totally unnecessary. Why was it installed?
314-370 Belden Hill Rd Wilton, CT 06897, USA
Every morning between 8 and 9 there is a LONG backup of cars heading south on Belden Hill while there is little to no cross traffic on Wolfpit. Blinking light the rest of the day that could be green and red at peak hours only?