My friend is a crossing guard at 11400 S and 2700 W. I have witnessed her almost get hit on 3 separate occasions, as well as a group of students who very nearly were hit. What can we do to get flashing school zone lights on 11400 S for before and after school? Cars should not be going 45-50 on that road with kids trying to cross. We also need red left turn arrows. All of the accidents I've seen happen at that intersection during school crossing hours were from people turning left after the light was red and another person running the red light (this is turning left from 11400 onto 2700). The left turn lanes are not lined up well enough to see around cars in those lanes. We need to eliminate the option of yielding on green, and make it so you can only turn on a green arrow.
Road backs up for hours every day because too many damn people using single lane neighborhood street to go east/west and rotten job of construction for several years on 10600 S and congestion on 90th onramp.
I was headed southbound on Redwood Rd. this morning and when I got to 9800 S. it was unclear whether or not the lane that was shifted into the left-hand turn lane was required to turn east onto 9800 S or if they could continue straight. The north-bounders were still using all two of their northbound lanes and their left-hand turn westbound onto 9800 S. This was causing southbound traffic to be forced to merge into one lane in the middle of the intersection because they were unable to continue south due to the northbound traffic blocking the left-hand turn where they were shifted. I hope that makes sense.
Very rough road when traveling through intersection. Literally watched a car catch air and nearly hit the west side barrier this morning. Speed limit says 50mph, but this is way too fast through this intersection. The crews dug up parts of the road and the patching is very uneven. Very unsafe, especially at 50mph. No signage for rough road or bumpy road. People are flying through at the posted speed limit and struggling to maintain control. See near misses daily.
W 10400 S & Bangerter Hwy South Jordan, UT, 84095, USA - South Jordan
Trying to get through the light going eastbound on 10400 South across Bangerter in the morning is so frustrating! I live in Daybreak and the traffic gets backed up 2 lights back to 4000 West with very little movement through the green lights because the light at Bangeter only lets through about 10 cars per green light and there are cars coming in from side streets adding to the back up. It has been taking 15-20 minutes to get across Bangerter in the morning, then traffic flows normally once across Bangerter. Please allow the light on 10400 South at Bangerter to stay grren longer to let more traffic through.
On the northbound side of mtn view corridor near the Rio Tinto building there is bridge crossing a small gorge. Right where the bridge joints to the road, the pavement is sinknng. It is getting deeper and deeper and is quite a big dip and a hop going through it. Could be dangerous to trucks pulling trailers and such vehicles.
In the morning, around 5:15 am to 5:30 am, the light at 9800 south to get on Bangerter Highway usually takes around two minutes (which is too long originally) to change and let 9800 south commuters on to Bangerter Highway. This morning it was about three minutes before the light changed. This is a very excessive time to wait, especially since the traffic on Bangerter Highway at that time is light. Can you please adjust this light so traffic can get on Bangerter Highway in a reasonable amount of time? Thanks
W South Jordan Pkwy South Jordan, UT, 84095, USA - South Jordan
Heading eastbound in the right lane on 12600 South at the Jordan River Parkway in South Jordan, the asphalt has sunken before the bridge. Could you please address immediately as it is a safety hazard when traveled over.
683 W South Jordan Pkwy South Jordan 84095, United States - South Jordan
I question the need for the NB right turn to only be allowed with the green arrows. There is plenty of sight distance to allow right turn on red even with the dual right turn lanes. There are other dual right intersections in the state that allow for right turn on red.