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DOT investigating traffic at Williams Street intersection

September 27, 2013

The New York State Department of Transportation has begun an investigation into traffic patterns on Williams Street and Route 60 in Dunkirk. At the Dunkirk Town Board’s regular meeting on Sept....

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dunkirkanon

Sep-27-13 5:07 PM

Just to let people know-the driver of this car IS a careful, cautious driver who was waved through by a road crew member. Things are not always as they appear!

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kilroy069

Sep-27-13 12:27 PM

THE BIGGEST PROBLEM WITH THIS INTERSECTION IS GETTING DRIVERS TO STOP AT THE STOP SIGNS,MAYBE THEY SHOULD HAVE A POLICE CAR SIT AND GIVE OUT TICKETS TO EVERY DRIVER THAT ROLLS THE STOP SIGNS HERE FOR MAYBE A MONTH OR TWO.THEN MAYBE THEY WILL GET THE MESSAGE TO STOP,LOOK,AND THEN GO...IF NOTHING ELSE.THE TOWN OF DUNKIRK WOULD MAKE A TON OF MONEY FROM FINES....

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commentor

Sep-27-13 12:15 PM

8 accidents in 4 yrs.....wow!!! They should be embarrassed to even suggest a fix. The fix is when you are driving drive don't text, talk on the phone or whatever else. The other problem is getting the oldies that should NOT be driving off the d am road!!

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localresident

Sep-27-13 1:22 AM

Oh, FFS, here we go. Trying to make up for the lack of attention drivers should pay to DRIVING via possible (and probable) false measures instead of driving home the notion of actually LEARNING HOW TO DRIVE. Make it harder to get a license, that is the real way to reduce accidents. Driving is NOT a right, it's a privilege. Learn the rules of the road, and you won't wind up in an accident. Because of incompetents, the rest of us suffer. Why do we interfere with Darwinism so much??

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