S Walter Reed Dr Arlington, VAThe merge from S. Walter Reed Drive to Washington Blvd heading towards DC is terrible. I've complained about it before. There's a wreck here probably monthly. I was hit from behind this week by a car that was looking back at oncoming traffic and didn't see I wasn't out of her way yet. Please add a light or something. Traffic from Washington Blvd and Arlington Blvd merge at this same point all doing 50+ MPH and it is a total mess.· Reported by PD · Flag Flagged
S Walter Reed Dr Arlington, VACars merge from Arlington Blvd and Walter Reed dr. on to Wash. Blvd at the same place There are lots of No-Merge signs, but traffic is too fast there in the morning for persons trying to get on from Walter Reed Dr. after a stop sign. Many accidents. I'd recommend restricting Wash Blvd to one lane after the bridge, and adding a light only for the Arlington blvd merge lane to allow the persons from WW Dr. to get on the highway without risking their lives.· Reported by mdurgan · Flag Flagged
Thanks! Thanked!S Washington Blvd & Columbia Pike Arlington, VA 22204, USA
The light at the intersection of Columbia Pike and the exit from Washington Blvd SB, which already has a long wait time for traffic coming from the exit, sometimes skips green cycles — this can be seen when the pedestrian signal will count down to red and then turn green again.
If the light is triggered by the presence of a car, then it seems that it skips cycles when a motorcycle is present at the intersection.
Additionally, if the light is triggered by cars, then why the long wait cycle? It seems that one or the other would be sufficient, not a combination of both.
2608 Arlington Blvd Arlington, VA 22201, USABetween N Filmore and the exit for Washington Blvd there is a bump across all 3 lanes of traffic with the worst part being in the left lane. This 'Speed Bump' causes unnecessary delays as folks slam on the breaks to try and avoid damage to cars· Reported by S Smith · Flag Flagged