Brooklyn Mountain Rd Hopatcong, NJ 07843, USA - Hopatcong
Brooklyn Mountain Road is a twisting road with a posted speed limit of 25 MPH. There are many children, bike riders and pets living along the street, but drivers persist in speeding way over the limit.
The sign on route 80 that alerts drivers to tune into 530am on their radio to hear road conditions is a waste. The message on 530 am for March 1st was recorded on February 23 telling motorist about a winter weather advisory. The message, no matter where on route 80 you travel is barely audible. If we are going to spend our tax money on this at least keep it updated and make it work properly.
26 Main St. And Corner Of Franklin Ave Rockaway, NJ 07866, USA - Morris County
Middle of Rockaway Borough there are tracks for arailroad crossing. The road at this track crossing is totally devastrated. One must really slow down so as not to do any damage to your car, and if you do slow down you are in imminent danger of causing an auto accident. Many times the town throws some gravel down which only works for a few days. When it rains very heavy you could loose an axle going over the hole. Why can't these tracks be fixed properly for once and all. And also seeing how this is in the middle of town and trains do use it shouldn't there be more than just a railroad sign there? Maybe gates and lights. Please fix this properly. This problem has existed for many, many years. Why hasn't the town taken care of this?
Once the left turning green arrow dissapears, drivers continue turning left onto Rt. 46 East from Howard Blvd. I've seen daily "almost accidents" as they are not yielding to traffic driving straight through. People tell me they think they do not have to yield as they still have a "green light" but the green left arrow is gone. Someone needs to do something about this before someone gets hurt or killed.
People exiting off of Route 10 West on to Millbrook rarely stop and cruise thru stop sign making a quick right and quick left on to Quaker Church usually without regard for anyone else. It occurs mostly in afternoon or evening as morning grid-lock and traffic flow cuts down on it. Cops could make their entire yearly budget by getting stop sign violators here. Dangerous and chaotic.
Since reopening of the ramps for Rt. 15 traffic has been horrible on Rt. 46. There are days when I am stuck in traffic before Dover General (east bound side). I know they are doing work on the bridge but there has to be something they can do to make the traffic a little more bareable. Maybe turn the right only lane at Pequannock St. back to a regular lane. Then at least 2 lanes of traffic would be able to go through the intersection after the light. This would also clear up some congestion for the people coming into 46 from the new 15 ramp.
This 3-way intersection is dangerous because no one has a stop sign and the only cars traveling toward Mount Olive on Bartley Road have a yield. This is because of the train tracks that are never used during the day, that prevent the extra stop sign that would make this intersection safer. Be careful!
There are many potholes in this area that force you to cross the double yellow line to avoid them.
Also the lines need to be repainted in this area. They are worn to the point where thay are nearly invisible.
Curbing or some other barrier needs to be added to this area. There is frequently debris in the road, mainly rocks, the roll down the banks of dirt that line this road. I blew a tire & bent a rim last year because of a rock.