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PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Township officials are calling the intersection of Eckel Junction Road and 199
one of the most dangerous places in the township, but there's nothing anyone
can do about it.
say there have been more accidents at that intersection than they can count.
incredibly busy, especially at rush hour," said Stacey Jackson.
backs up for blocks every day at the intersection.
dangerous because a lot of people don't like waiting, and so there's lots of
speeding out and coming quick as people are trying to get out there, so I think
a stop light would be good there," Jackson said.
the problem is officials say there isn't enough traffic to warrant installing a
light. They say one solution is to extend Carronade Drive until it meets
Scheider Road, but that brings another set of challenges.
you extend Carronade, that means that traffic comes through our neighborhood,"
said resident Dennis Seymour.
would cost millions of dollars to install a new road, and township officials
say they don't have that money.
majority of people in the area know when the traffic is bad, and I avoid it,"
officials say it's safest to avoid the area if you can until a permanent
solution can be afforded.