Tells Us: What's the Worst Intersection in Ross Township or West View?

Which road, red light or stop sign do you try to avoid?

Thursday's story about Ross Township conducting a traffic study of the McIntyre and Kane Ross intersection prompted several complaints about other intersections in the North Hills area.

One reader mentioned the intersection of McKnight and Siebert Roads; another brought up the area where Perry Highway, Three Degree Road and Sewickley Oakmont Roads connect.

So we want to know: In your opinion, which intersection in Ross or West View is the worst? How would you fix it?

Share your thoughts in the comments box below.

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Patricia & Ron SMith January 12, 2013 at 02:51 PM
A forgotten intersection is Amherst & Lehigh. This is a cutoff to avoid Highland Ave esp rush hours. They cars fly down Amherst not caring about the children or the cars coming the other way. A big help would be 4 way stop Lehigh & Amherst It might at least slow the traffic a bit thanks
Rick Mock January 13, 2013 at 04:14 AM
I drive around North Hills every day. The most dangerous spot is near the Get Go on Babcock Blvd, I have seen MANY near misses. Lines back up onto Babcock and drivers making left turns out of GetGo cause many near misses. People also stop in both directions trying to enter..
Pam January 13, 2013 at 06:17 AM
@Rick, I do believe there are even " no left turns" signs in the get go lot and everyone ignores them, just as they ignore the no left hand turn signs at the bank (first Niigara) just further up three degree!
Rick Mock January 13, 2013 at 02:02 PM
You are right,,,I hope that when the new GetGo opens on McKnight, they will close Babcock, or at least it won't be as hectic. However it remains to be seen what McKnight and Brown's Ln will become once the GetGo opens !
JP January 15, 2013 at 12:33 PM
Duncan Manor (Duncan, Ferguson, Thompson Run)...HELP! :)


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