Just before the New Year, Sewickley Patch asked readers what they would like improve in the area in 2013.
Some of the suggestions included increased business, such as a Trader Joe' grocery; more community activities and more family-friendly holiday events, such as a New Year's Eve celebration, a community Easter Egg hunt or a Fourth of July celebration at Riverfront Park.
This week, we’re asking readers to tell us, what is the worst intersection in the Sewickley area, in your opinion?
When the Ambridge-Aliquippa Bridge reopened in November after being closed for eight months, this helped to ease traffic congestion at the Sewickley Bridge and Broad Street.
Sewickley Council also took steps to eliminate the wait for traffic at Walnut Street and Route 65 by allowing vehicles to turn right on a red light.
So, we want to know, are there other intersections where you would like to see improvements? Which intersection in the Sewickley area is the worst in your opinion and how would you fix it?
Share your thoughts in the comments box below.
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