No signs saying "rotary" or "yield to traffic in rotary" Archived

265 Winthrop Street Medford, Massachusetts Show on Map Hide Map
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Issue ID:

2316772

Submitted To:

City of Medford

Category:

Traffic/Street Issue

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Neighborhood:

Medford

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Description

Ever since the Winthrop Circle Rotary was most recently redone, drivers entering the rotary have been cutting off drivers already in the rotary. From most directions, there's no sign saying that this is a rotary or warning drivers to yield to traffic that's already in the rotary. There's also so much pavement there that it's hard to see where you should wait to enter the rotary, or where you should drive around the rotary. I've been driving through this rotary for years, and it didn't used to be such a problem. Now, driving through it at least twice a day, I am ALWAYS cut off by someone entering the rotary. Possible solutions: add signs, stripe the road, and reduce the amount of open pavement.

also asked...
Q. Please provide street location or closest landmark
A. Winthrop Circle rotary
Q. Type of sign?
A. Other (please describe in description field)
Q. What is the problem?
A. Sign missing

15 Comments

  • City of Medford (Verified Official)

  • Acknowledged Captain Clemente - Medford Police Department (Verified Official)

  • Medford Driver (Guest)

  • Captain Clemente - Medford Police Department (Verified Official)

  • Diego Fells (Registered User)

  • Captain Clemente - Medford Police Department (Verified Official)

  • A.P. (Registered User)

  • Captain Clemente - Medford Police Department (Verified Official)

  • TexAustin (Registered User)

  • Aspera (Registered User)

  • Captain Clemente - Medford Police Department (Verified Official)

  • KevinCuddeback (Registered User)

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  • KevinCuddeback (Registered User)

  • Closed Officer Brooks (Registered User)

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