Rt 7 Leesburg Pk & Lisle Ave Pimmit Hills, Virginia - Pimmit Hills
The right turn only lane causes near-accidents (and actual accidents) every day. People don't understand that the turn lane ends before the exit for 495, so they move over and then find themselves trying to merge back into traffic to take the exit. Worse yet, many people don't notice that it's a right turn only lane (onto Magarity), and just keep moving forward, leaving people in the middle lane to scramble to accommodate them lest their cars suffer damage. This is a terrible intersection and needs to be fixed -- I'd suggest extending the right turn only lane beyond the intersection to the 495 exit, because that's what people expect. As it stands, you have a lane shift and a lane ending, and it's unnatural and counterintuitive.
3 VotesFix it! Voted!7584 Leesburg Pike Falls Church, VA 22043, USA - Pimmit Hills
7584 Leesburg Pike needs a pedestrian crosswalk for two reasons: (1) Significant pedestrian traffic exists from the residential complex on the south side of Leesburg Pike (Marhsall Heights) to the Tysons Pimmit Library at 7584 Leesburg Pike. (2) Significant pedestrian traffic exists from WMATA bus stop #5001527 to the same residential complex.
7414 Leesburg Pike Falls Church, VA - Pimmit Hills
Overgrown trees and foliage are blocking most of the sidewalk on the NOrth side of route 7 between Pimmit Drive and Idylwood Road, making bicycling unsafe and creating a hazard for pedestrians
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4 VotesFix it! Voted!Leesburg Pike ( Rt. 7) Falls Church, VA - Pimmit Hills
Coming from Beltway on Rt. 7 there is a Flashing
Yellow Lights Sign to warn drivers to reduce speed to 25mph as they are about to enter
Falls Church City. The lights have not been working for months.
It would certainly make
it safer to cross the street......Most people now enter the City here at approx 45mph
( This sign is in Fairfax County adjacent to George Mason High School)
7314-7324 Leesburg Pike Falls Church, VA 22043, USA - Pimmit Hills
The street light that had previously lit this crosswalk was knocked down some time ago and still lies in the bushes on the side of the road. The lack of light, combined with the speed of the vehicles exiting 66 makes this a dangerous pedestrian area.