This section of Romeo Plank between Cass and Canal is so broken up it really should be closed until it can be replaced. It will destroy your car's suspension and tires. It reallt is becoming a safety issue.
What is going on with these new lights? I realize the new system was implemented to speed the flow of traffic, but the duration is never the same. There are terrible accidents DAILY in this intersection due to people assuming their turn light will turn to a green arrow. Sometimes, it doesn't change to green at all!
Police need to sit here for a few days and observe how many people don't know how to use these things. I have been run of the road on a number of occasions because drivers don't know how to use these round abouts, and the high students don't pay attenetion to the signs either.
ANOTHER FATAL accident at this intersection just a few weeks ago! The new traffic light is more confusing than the old one. Also, too much traffic & congestion in front of Randazzo's Market & the businesses across the street. Time to widen Hayes btwn 22 & 23 Mile Rds.
A light is needed badly at Hall and Heydenreich. Traffic from major subdivisions north of Hall off of Heydenreich like to use this entrance to Hall. With the new development (Home Depot, Target, etc.) and the positioning of the turnaround light east of Heydenreich, this makes for a dangerous intersection. Please add a light so that Heydenreich has a individual light cycle to get out onto Hall.
The light on Hall Road should be AT Partridge Creek Drive. People trying to get out of the mall, especially those wishing to cross all lanes to turn around and head westbound, cannot safely exit because of continual traffic flow. Light needs to be placed at the mall access.
The intersection of Canal and Romeo Plank needs a traditional stop light. Traffic has doubled since the new library was constructed. And when the church services let out, or when there is a soccer or baseball game at the civic center, traffic is lined up at least 15 cars long in all directions. It wouldn't be so bad if drivers knew how to use the current 4-way-stop system.
I live in the condo sub just south of 23 Mile Road on Romeo Plank. It is becoming increasingly difficult to get out my sub and turn southbound on Romeo Plank with the traffic backed up because of drivers making a left turn onto 22 Mile Road. There is no place for drivers not making the turn to get around the left turn lane, thus the backup. The road either needs to be widened or a left turn lane created with a traffic signal.
When heading north on Romeo Plank, it is very difficult to see traffic to the East when making the right turn. When you do turn, the lane is so narrow, you bareley miss the cars in the on-coming turn lane.