2 VotesFix it! Voted!
4 VotesFix it! Voted!100-112 Nutt Rd Phoenixville, PA 19460, USA
During the day (Mon-Fri) this light will only allow 2-3 vehicles (MAXIMUM) going East/West on Nutt Rd (RT-23). Only a few more than that get by going North/South on Main St (RT-29)/Manavon St. It creates blocks long congestion, which in turn means people can not enter/exit some of the business either. People wind up running the light. I can't believe this has not been previously reported.
5 VotesFix it! Voted!S Main St Phoenixville, PA
Trying to make a left turn onto S Main from westbound Nutt Rd (Rt 23) during the morning rush is difficult and dangerous since you have to cut off heavy and continuous opposing traffic. This intersection needs a left turn light or at least a delayed green for the eastbound Rt 23 traffic.
Thanks! Thanked!241 City Line Avenue Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
Potholes have punched down through all 3 layers of roadway. Since all the school construction traffic used this route, it is torn up from main street to gay street.
11 VotesFix it! Voted!Ringold And Althouse Lane And Morris Cemetery Entrance
The intersection of Ringold and Althouse Lane going toward the cemetery is very dangerous for drivers on Ringold and Althouse because the owners of that property have erected a fence and planted bushes which totally block the view for drivers entering that intersection. This fence should never have been allowed.
51 Bank St Phoenixville, PA 19460, USA
Why not make this one large crosswalk? It will make the crosswalk more visible, and drivers will only need to look in one crosswalk instead of two. It will also allow pedestrian traffic to cross quicker, because more volume can be held in a wider space.
Nutt Rd. & Bridge Street
Push button for pedestrian light on traffic standard on the Southwest corner of Nutt and Bridge Streets is hanging by its wires.
This is a safety hazard if the wires are "hot". Should be repaired as soon as possible
753-799 Bridge St Phoenixville, PA 19460, USA
First of all - Thanks to PennDoT for changing the arrangement of the lights for traffic going east on Rt 23 and north on Rt 113.
NOW, if only they would put in some rumble strips and paint some 'yield' signs on the road for traffic going south on Rt. 113 at this intersection with Rt. 23.
It seems that drivers in Pennsylvania cannot comprehend the meaning of the word 'Yield'. Some think it means the same as 'Merge', others don't even think.
130 Columbia Ave. Phoenixville, PA, 19460
I drove around Phoenixville today, noticing that most of the roads--even minor, residential ones--are almost free of ice and snow. But Columbia Ave., west of Callowhill, is a noticable exception. Slush and ice are layered several inches thick--high enough to scrape my car's undercarriage if a wheel hits one of the many ruts on the road. On top of that, when the frozen slush melts a bit during the day, traffic on the road piles up 6" high mounds that block my car in its shoveled out parking space; I've had to shovel and/or chop ice several times in the last couple of days.