Debbie Blanford almost 3 years ago

On 138th St (there are probably others as well), the Dead End sign cannot be read by drivers coming from the East or West due to the angle of the sign and the tree that grow in front of it. As a result cars and large trucks turn onto 138th, thinking it is a through street. This is particularly unfortunate for the trucks, as the cul de sac at the end is too small for them to easily maneuver and they have to pull onto resident's lawns and into driveways too small and thin for their trucks. Perhaps an unobscured V-shaped Dead End sign facing East and West at the corner of 138th St and 126th Ave, including a No Truck sign, would be helpful and greatly appreciated.

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Kate Oyer, Communications Manager admin almost 3 years ago

Thank you for sharing your concerns. Your comments have been submitted to the traffic committee and you should be updated via email of the results.

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Elizabeth W almost 2 years ago

I agree with Debbie. I live across the street, and see so many cars and trucks come down the street only to turn around on the small cul de sac and run over the lawns, mine included. The post by Debbie is listed as 10 months ago. Why is it taking so long to get this fixed? It seems to me to be an easy job.

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Malcolm S about 1 month ago

You are right street sing boards are helpful in maintaining the traffic rules at the roads. Otherwise, the situation becomes difficult to handle for the drivers. They must resolve this issue on fast track. You can grab on https://www.analyzedu.com/writing-services-reviews/grademiners-com-review.html website interesting material.

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