Even though a 2019 study determined no traffic light is warranted at the intersection of 700 South and 100 East in Logan, concerns about safety at the blind corner there are not going away.
An online petition calling for more traffic control at the location received 328 signatures in one day this week, and a resident behind the push is meeting with city officials next Monday armed with accident statistics from the intersection.
Carlie Swenson lives and works in the area and makes sure her children never cross the street there. The intersection, just south of the Riverwoods apartment complex, has through-traffic on 100 East with a two-way stop sign for vehicles on 700 South. Cars traveling north arrive at the intersection just a few hundred feet after rounding a curve shielded by trees. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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