6 VotesFix it! Voted!143 Old New Brunswick Rd NJ 08854
there is a constant green arrow signal to turn into old N.B rd.from Randolfville,which causes alot of traffic and has caused accidents including myself on this intersection.i think this signal should be changed to work in conjunction with the other traffic signals.
4 VotesFix it! Voted!River Rd Belmar, NJ
The lane striping between lanes on 35 South at 8th Avenue is misaligned. It jogs left into the adjacent lane instead of being a straight line. Causes vehicles in the left lane make an awkward movement toward the traffic island if they follow the markings.
It needs to be repainted properly.
S Main St Neptune Township, NJ
The turn from 33 East onto 71 North has a curved dashed line whose radius is incorrect for the turn. It is laid out as almost a right angle instead of a smooth curve causing vehicles to drive over it instead of follow it since it would be an unnatural maneuver.
The striping needs to be changed to a larger radius curve that vehicles can easily follow.
New Jersey 35 Ocean, NJ
The lane striping between lanes on 35 north is poorly placed. it is too far left(west) instead of following the natural curve of the curb line on the right(east). Vehicles in the left lane are forced to make an unnaturally sharp turn following the barrier.
Too often vehicles change lanes here at the last second from the exit lane, and the travel lane is too close due to the poor lane striping.
The lane separator line should be moved right(east) and a hashed line buffer zone painted at the left(west) where the exit lane is and along the barrier.
1 VoteFix it! Voted!
118 Maple Ave Red Bank, NJ 07701, USA
On Route 35 at the intersection with Reckless Place, a traffic
signal should be added here. Reckless Place is a cut through
street with a high amount of traffic on it. The same goes for
busy Route 35, heading into downtown Red Bank. Those
trying to make a left turn onto 35 from Reckless, have
a difficult time doing so. A traffic signal would improve safety
for motorists and pedestrians. We don't want this intersection to be literally 'reckless'.