Olivia St (One-Way) Derby, CT 06418, USA
cars going down olivia do not obey the speed limit. they go anywhere from 40 - 55mph, there are alot of kids playing and riding their bikes, and a car going that fast will not have a chance to stop, also there have been alot of cars that are going down the wrong way, i wonder if people can actually read signs. this problem really needs to be fixed before its too late for a child. remember schools out and summer is here.
Route 34 And Route 8 Intersection Derby, CT 06418, USA
I work evening shift and I travel Route 8 North and get off the Route 34 exit, The intersection has a blinking light and is very dangerous to make a left hand turn towards downtown. It's hard to see oncoming traffic over barrier, and people fly through the intersection leaving a very dangerous. Let's get this fixed before there is a tragedy
116 Old New Haven Ave Derby, CT
The wire guard rail that is on the edge of the drop off from old new haven ave to route 34 is missing. I have noticed this issue since the trees were cut down on this road a few months back. There are children on this road and I am afraid that a child may wander and fall off the cliff onto 34.
Derby / Shelton Bridge Derby Side Derby, Connecticut
At the end of the bridge nr main st there are three ways to go, Left ,right , and straight . Despite clearly painted arrows, a large amount of cars go up the hill from the left lane . In their defense there are NO signs designating what lane to use. 1 what is the proper lane ? 2 Why are there no signs ?
High St Derby, Connecticut
I would like to know why hasn't there been speed traps on HIGH ST I have been here for 13 years and its just getting worse everyday what are these police officers doing that they cant sit and take radar I see they hired more officers so this shouldn't be a problem are they waiting for something bad to happen because it will the way they come up and down flying is crazy and when there is 10 kids everyday playing outside its not safe at all for them!!! THEY NEED TO DO SOMETHING FAST!!!
315 353 Derby Ave Derby, CT 06418, USA
It is very difficult to turn left from Derby Avenue onto Academy Hill Road, or to exit Academy Hill Road in either direction onto Derby Avenue, because northbound traffic on Derby Avenue cannot be seen around the curve in the road. A stop sign on northbound Derby Avenue placed so that stopped cars could be seen from other points in the intersection would make these turns safer.
69 Division Street Ansonia, Connecticut
I know this topic is not easily resolved, but best put on the table.
This morning, I witnessed what I have MANY times. I draw your attention to the photo which shows the area of concern. As we all know, when heading towards Pershing, Division Street suddenly goes from 2 lanes to 3 as soon as it crosses the railroad tracks and without much warning before you come to a traffic signal.
I would have to say 50% of vehicles pass Stop & Shop unaware this is about to happen and/or unclear on which lane they should or desire to be in at the intersection. This causes at the very least a hazardous situation as those who were in the left lane suddenly decide as they cross the tracks they now want to be in the center or right lane and move there with no regard for vehicles already occupying that space.
Today, it was two cars who were in the right lane and decided they prefer to be all the way on the left for the signal so they just cut across the two lanes of traffic causing drivers to slam on their brakes to let them through. It was that or a collision.
I always find it hard to believe the state doesn't spot things like this during the design phase of projects and say "Gosh, we're going to create a mess suddenly having the road go to three lanes on the other side of train tracks." but they clearly don't.
Many think the only the left lane can be used to turn left (you can from the center also) and that you can go straight from ANY lane. That is fun to watch as several cars dash for the one lane leading up to Griffin when only the center lane had right of way.
Any reasonable solutions?
1 Elizabeth Street derby, ct
You guys think that these complaints actually go some place. The truth is they stay online. Nobody who can resolve them actually looks at them. They make money via advertising other tahn that nobody cares about your complaint. Report it the proper way to the right people if you want something done.