The green light on North Wales Road crossing over 309 is way too short. Only 6 or 7 cars can get through.
I'll close it
Multiple potholes in both directions
Yous till have to drive with care but it's better now
A left arrow is desperately needed to make a left onto 202 from Knapp Road.
need left turning arrow from knapp to 202. it's a joke that you need to sit through 3-5 lights before you can get through. there is going to be an accident soon from people making a right onto 202 to make a u-turn just so they can get through the light. this should have been done when the lights were put up. there should be left turn arrows at every light.
I know people don't like you cutting through their neighborhood, but I would use the Knapp Farm development. There is a light and no delays. It looks like they are doing signal work at the Knapp/202 intersection now. So try my alternative route until they upgrade the signals
The arrow is installed, but it hasn't been activated. What's the wait??? It's a complete hazard and a total waste of time during rush hour. Let's get going!
This light has been installed and is now working!
Abandoned building unsecured for 5 years. Safety hazard as well as making the surrounding area look terrible
At the intersection of Upper State and Canterbury. It stinks something awful!
I got nasty comments from other people when I reported a dead deer on this site. Good luck.
Deer is long gone.
There has been a dead animal, either a racoon or something about that size, larger than a squirrel, in the road for 2 days now.
get out of your car and move it to the side of the road.
Carcass was removed the day following the post. Please remove.
The carcass was removed the day following the original posting.
If you are trying to cross Rt. 309 from N. Wales Rd. the light only lets about 4 cars through before changing. Major back up on N. Wales Rd. because of this.
Why is it so short. Awful at rush hour. During the holidays, forget it.
Nothing has been done, still a problem.
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