2-30 Cross St Norwalk, CT 06851, USA
Driving east toward Westport on rt 1 just after the railroad crossing, the "road narrows" sign is upside down telling drivers that the road gets wider instead of narrower! Not Good! Please Fix.
14 Camp Street Norwalk, CT
bright yellow/green pedestrian warning to traffic sign has been toppled on sidewalk in front of 14 Camp Street. Please protect our children! Fix this Sign!
5-9 North Ave Norwalk, CT 06851, USA
Cars never get a green light to come out of Camp Street onto route 1. The Pedestrian signal will not change either so pedestrians never get a walk signal to cross the street. There is an elementary school on Camp, Tracy School. Please fix at once!
4 VotesFix it! Voted!193 Main St Norwalk, CT 06851, USA
There is no good way for all the residents east of Main St to reach the Dunkin Donuts on the west side of Main St. The New Canaan Ave / Main St intersection needs a crosswalk and pedestrian signal on the north side of the intersection.
Currently, the preferred method of crossing is looking both ways and running for your life.
3 VotesFix it! Voted!115 133 S Main St Norwalk, CT 06854, USA
The pedestrian crossings along N Main St in SoNo do not have pedestrian signals, specifically at N Main & Ann St and N Main & Marshall St. This leads to pedestrian confusion and makes the streets hard to cross, especially with kids.
Also, these intersections only have crosswalks across N Main on the south side of the intersections. As these intersections are in the heart of pedestrian-oriented SoNo it would be best to have crosswalks on all sides of the intersections.
169 East Ave Norwalk, CT
Every day, my husband and I walk down East Avenue to the East Norwalk train station and back. And every day I am honestly scared something may happen.
Most car drivers completely ignore that pedestrians may be crossing the street, particularly by the on- and off ramps to I-95. Even if the pedestrian light is on green, cars drive all the way to the end of the intersection before stopping. I wonder whether better policing could help, but improved yield signs might also be beneficial.
Another thing I have noticed when driving off the I-95 at exit 16 myself is that the big "Welcome to Norwalk" signs almost fully hide pedestrians from drivers' views. We may want to re-consider whether we value the orientation of our visitors more than our pedestrians' safety, and if a different placement of the signs is an option. If anything, walking and the use of public transportation should be promoted - not turned into an adrenaline rush for all the wrong reasons.
Camp & Eclipse Norwalk, CT
The Stop sign protecting the corner of camp and eclipse near Tracey school is down lying on sidewalk. -needs repair asap