Dangerous intersection

Editor: I have concerns regarding the intersection of 60 Avenue and 129 Street.

Editor:

We have been living in the neighbourhood of Panorama Ridge in Surrey for about two years now, and we have been watching the traffic worsen.

I have concerns regarding the intersection of 60 Avenue and 129 Street.

There is a fire station, an elementary school and a park (under construction), yet, there is not even a single crosswalk.

It is hard to turn onto 60 Avenue from 129 Street and vice versa due to low visibility.

The road is also very narrow and the cars parked on the side make it even worse. It is also very hard for pedestrians to cross the street as well.

There is also a problem regarding the speed. My request to the city of Surrey is to enforce a new traffic law, or put traffic lights, a three-way crossing or speed bumps in.

Accidents have been happening and more will if changes aren’t made fast.

Jagjivan Sidhu, Surrey

 

 

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