Have you ever approached an intersection and struggled to figure out who had the right of way. Such a case could be made for drivers along Gould Lane at the west intersection of Featherbed Lane. Travelers at this stop-sign intersection looking to make a left onto Featherbed often find it difficult because the oncoming traffic does not have to stop. Last week the Board of Police Commissioners approved the placement of a sign on the current stop sign post that will read “Oncoming Traffic Does Not Stop.” The hope is to eliminate confusion for drivers on Gould Lane and make traffic safer for those traveling on Featherbed Lane.
At this island-split intersection, there is also a stop sign for those traveling west on Gould looking to make a right onto Featherbed. There will be no additional signage added to this stop sign.
Are there any other intersections in town that you fond particularly cumbersome to navigate? Let the community know in the comments. We’ll take an unofficial poll from your responses.