Most-Run Stop Signs in Nyack, Piermont?

Tell us which intersections are disregarded the most

It's something we've all seen before—reckless drivers blowing through stop signs.

We know how dangerous Rt. 9W, River Road and other roadways can be, partially because drivers don't always follow the rules.

Do you know of a location in Piermont or the Nyacks where drivers frequently ignore or roll through stop signs? Tell us about it in the comments section below.

Lori August 16, 2012 at 11:52 AM
Castle Heights and Midland
Pam Hicks August 16, 2012 at 06:32 PM
Route 59 & Forman Drive at the Exit 14 Park & Ride in Nanuet: I, & many hundreds of others, walk across this intersection twice a day as part of my bus commute into the city. It's a dangeropus intersection anyway with a very short "window" for pedestrians to cross Route 59, but it's even more dangerous because of the cars that run the red light - usually several cars at each red light at a high speed! Why don't they install red light ticket cameras??? Maybe the Patch could do a little investigative prodding of the situation?
Pam Hicks August 16, 2012 at 06:33 PM
sorry for the typo...should be "dangerous"
Audie Moran August 17, 2012 at 01:47 PM
Roundhouse Road onto Gair Street. Several accidents at this intersection due to blocked view of Gair Street and oncoming traffic. A wall of trees planted by the condos obscure visibility. I suggested to the condo association over 10 years ago that a few specific trees be removed or cut back. They refused and accidents continue.
Orlando Alberto Franklin August 18, 2012 at 02:01 AM
i never rode thru nor not stop at the sign...anywhere in that lovely town. i'm sure there are many more like me.


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