Which intersections around Lakewood desperately need a traffic light?

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    • Are you a traffic engineer? Anyone who lives in the area can tell you that the crossing guard there this summer made things a lot worse. True, you were able to get off of Williams, but you couldn’t get back onto it because he backed up James so badly! And I can definitely tell you that if they install a light, chances are slim that they will coordinate it with the light on James and Rt9…. the backups on James will be horrendous! And transferring the problem onto James is not the answer.

  1. How about a four way stop sign at the intersection of Greencove and Hillside?? the visibility there is terrible even if there are no vans or busses blcoking the view.

  2. Prospect and Cross
    Prospect and Massachusetts
    Oak and Route 9
    Williams and James
    Evergreen and Route 9
    Washington and Pine
    Miller and New Central
    Hope Chapel and 14th
    Route 9 and 10th St.
    Route 9 and 7th St.
    East County Line and Park
    Prospect and Summer

  3. Left in Clover Street
    Left on Rt 9 Going north please
    Asking for years !!!
    Stop to build homes = need more buses = need more schools =
    maybe we need women committee ?

  4. Please no more lights on route 9. it’s bad as is. some commentators suggesting a light on 9 and spruce, 9 and oak, 9 and evergreen, 9 and finchley, that’s like a light every 50 feet. We need less lights, less building and more roads. I can’t wait for flying cars to come out already!!

  5. Driving on Country line trying to turn left on Rt 9 is very difficult ! I usually need to wait for 3 green lights before I can turn! It’s needs a turning light

  6. The same suggestions keep appearing.
    James/Williams, Prospect/Mass, Faraday/Cross, Chestnut/New Hampshire.

    Less on the one lane section of rt 9 will probably cause more traffic, not less.

  7. Maybe we should spend some money again for a traffic study!! @M a bad crossing guard does not = bad traffic light. James and Williams will definitely benefit with a light turning lanes etc… How about we transfer the useless light on 7th and Forest?or 1st and Clifton?

  8. James and Williams!!!
    New Central and Hope! Let’s not wait for a serious injurious accident. The 2 streets aren’t at a proper 90 degree angle and one needs to look through the backseat passenger window at times to see if any cars are coming.’

  9. Prospect & Mass. Ave!!!
    Williams & James

    I don’t even live in LW, but know from visiting that those 2 intersections need a light

  10. Cross St and White Rd. As a pedestrian, there’s no way to get across Cross St. for a mile in either direction, at least not on a weekday.

  11. How about adding a turn signal to the lights on Kennedy and Route 9. The problem is that those cars go after the light has turned red for them and therefore the cars trying to turn left from Route 9 onto Kennedy miss their turn.

    • Clifton Ave & 4th street should be no left tun – north from 4th on to Clifton, as road narrows due to over sized sidewalk there, and it backs up traffic heading west on 4th street.

  12. any street that has more than 1 corner should have a traffic light, then all we have to do is time them to make everyone happy……good luck with that.

  13. Eighth & Monmouth should be reopened, with a traffic light, its closure caused a major blockage to the eastern side of Monmouth ave.

    Also 9th and Clifton, and a 4 way stop on Clifton & 10th street
    BTW, there should be no parking on 9th st. N, & 10th st. South, Between Clifton & Lexington Ave’s.
    The little league is no longer there it is a parking lot that should be pave & utilized to its maximum capacity.

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