2 VotesFix it! Voted!241 West Ave Darien, CT 06820, USA
Traffic at this intersection continously make two lanes here and even drive up on lawns and the sidewalk to go around turning traffic. Too many accidents have been reported here. Please look into this.
22 VotesFix it! Voted!2-12 Christie Hill Rd Darien, CT 06820, USA
The sidewalks are too narrow for kids and parents to safely walk to and from Holmes school. Half the time you need to walk in the street, which is not safe due to the aggressive drivers that are backed up to the intersection.
12 VotesFix it! Voted!2 Locust Hill Rd darien, ct
There is so much speeding that occurs at this intersection and is unsafe. There is no sidewalk either leading to this area of town (which would be nice), but an inexpensive way to slow down traffic and make it safe for pedestrians to cross would be a stop sign and a crosswalk. Otherwise it continues to be dangerous for commuters and children to cross right now.
Thanks! Thanked!918-926 Boston Post Rd Darien, CT 06820, USA
The sidewalk has been closed for months due to construction. This is extremely dangerous for pedestrians, especially at night and in bad weather.
4 VotesFix it! Voted!44-74 Edgerton St Darien, CT 06820, USA
As someone who walks daily on Edgerton st. down to the train station, I find it unbelievable that there are no sidewalks on this very popular route to the train. With the way people speed down this street and on West ave, its amazing that no-one has been killed!
1 VoteFix it! Voted!Governor John Davis Lodge Turnpike Darien, CT 06820, USA
A sidewalk on the on-ramp for I-95 is needed for people who walk to the Noroton Heights Train Station from the other side of I-95. This would allow for safer shorter walk and could encourage people to walk instead of drive and park in our crowded parking lots.
30 VotesFix it! Voted!540 Hoyt Street Darien, CT
There are NO sidewalks available along Route 106 to the Talmadge Hill Metro North train station. This is Hoyt Street in Darien and Old Stamford Road in New Canaan. The issue has been raised with the Town and the State multiple times by many concerned parties going back to 2004. Commuters walk along minimal to no shoulder, in speeding traffic (often 50mph in a 30mph zone) without adequate signage to warn motorists of their presence, no crosswalks for the three cul-de-sac neighborhoods that feed this area, and a lack of lighting. The workers going to the country club along this stretch use the road as pedestrians, as do residents in neighborhood homes.