Havertown, PA

Otwarte sprawy: 86 Sprawy zamknięte: 44 Acknowledged Issues: 0
Watching issues created after: 2013-03-13

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  • 1209 W. Wynnewood Rd. - Havertown
    There have been many accidents & many more near accidents at this intersection.. There are
    two Blind Spots...Cars racing from Lancaster Ave on a curve cannot see cars turning on to
    Wynnewood Rd. from W. Wynnewood Rd... Cars turning into W. Wynnewood Rd, from
    Wynnewood Road cannot be seen as there is again a big curve in the road.. Cars trying to make a left turn in to 1209 W. Wynnewood Rd. cannot be seen...This needs a STOP SIGN because no one slows down...
  • 2050 W Chester Pike Havertown, PA 19083, USA - Havertown
    Westbound WC pk traffic constantly run red light and people waiting at light on Lawrence rd cannot make right.
  • 10 E Turnbull Ave Havertown, PA 19083, USA - Havertown
    at intersection of E Turnbull and Darby road, it is difficult to clearly make a right onto Darby due to parking of commercial vans on Darby road. A van/truck is usually parked there all the time and it obstructs clear vision of oncoming traffic and is very dangerous to pull out into traffic
  • 1608-1698 Lawrence Rd Havertown, PA 19083, USA - Havertown
    People drive so fast on Lawernce Road it's ridiculous. The speed limit is 35 people go at least 55 on the road all the time. Making it SO hard to come out of the neighborhoods in that area. Please try to inforce the speed a little better!
  • 201-299 Stanton Rd Havertown, PA 19083, USA - Havertown
    Dangerous intersection- Stop sign needed on Stanton Rd Crossing over Ashton.
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    1379 Steel Road Havertown, PA, Havertown, PA - Havertown
    Every Saturday there are baseball/soccer games at Steel Field and the parking is ridiculous. People deliberately park where there are signs that say "no parking." The streets become overly crowded, cars are parked right in front of fire hyrdrants, stop signs, in between driveways, causing inconveniences for the residents near Steel Field.
  • 101-199 Oxford Hill Ln Havertown, PA 19083, USA - Havertown
    There is no parking on this section of the street because of the curve. This restriction is ignored and not enforced. People fly into this street off the pike into a bottle neck.
  • 1798 W Chester Pike Havertown, PA 19083, USA - Havertown
    Need a right turn lane onto Glen Gary Drive so that residents don't need to wait 10 minutes in unnecessary traffic to get to the light. There are other right turn lanes on West Chester Pike, so it shouldn't be hard.
  • 218 Darby Rd Havertown, PA 19083, USA - Havertown
    when making a right turn, from w. chester pike onto Lansdowne Avenue @ the intersection of Lansdowne Ave and Rt 1 (township line rd) the traffic light is hidden behind tree branches until you're at the intersection when you can finally see the traffic light. The tree needs to be trimmed.
  • 1700-1728 W Chester Pike Havertown, PA 19083, USA - Havertown
    Need a left turn light from West Chester Pike onto Glen Gary Drive that always allows left turns yielding to other traffic.
  • 2300-2498 Clover Rd Havertown, PA 19083, USA - Havertown
    Most cars cruise through the stop sign at the intersection of Hathaway & Clover Lane. Dangerous, since many family cross over Hathaway to get on the bus route. The township could take in thousands in moving violations if they patrolled the area and set up a speed-trap.
  • I-476 S Springfield, PA, 19064, USA - Havertown
    PennDOT, your good idea has gone very wrong. As southbound I-476 approaches U.S.1 a third driving lane temporarily opens on the right-hand side for slower traffic to move over and allow other traffic to move unimpeded. That was the idea anyway. In actual practice the right-hand lane is only used by aggressive drivers who try to pass as many vehicles as possible from the right before cutting back in after this 1.1 mile drag strip. There is a simple solution. PennDOT should re-stripe this section to shift the driving lanes to the right and add the third lane as a passing lane on the left. This would be so much safer than encouraging aggressive drivers to pass on the right.