Woody Way closure for public safety

Woody Way closure for public safety

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Brianne Hall started this petition to The City of Flagstaff Transportation Commission

The opening of Woody Way has increased the amount of traffic on our roads exponentially. The roads in our community are too narrow to support this volume of traffic, therefore making it very dangerous. With increased volume comes increased speeding.  Multiple cars have left the road surface. The specific accounts in the last 3 months include the stop sign at the intersection of Woody Way being knocked over twice within 25 days. It would’ve been knocked over more times if the city had put one back up quickly because during our large snow storm in March we personally witnessed 3 different people stuck in the snow bank where that stop sign was supposed to be. All of these people lost control of their vehicles and slid into oncoming traffic colliding with the stop sign that is not located on the road surface.  Most recently a large Chevrolet Colorado ran the stop sign and ended up coming onto the sidewalk and into my yard. The driver didn’t even bother to stop, he kept going, dragging our large landscape rock from my yard into the Presidio neighborhood and left it in the middle of the road.  Tire tracks literally go over my children’s chalk art and hop scotch course. Community members that know us, know that our home is often a place where neighborhood friends gather.  People gather in our driveway for bonfires, dinners, Halloween parties, and family movie nights. We no longer feel safe in our home. We no longer feel safe having our children walk to their grandparents home (which is 3 houses down). My children have to cross the road on Ax Handle, arguably one of the busiest intersections in the neighborhood, to get to their bus stop. If Woody Way is closed I feel that our once, mostly safe feeling neighborhood will return and that we won’t have to live in constant fear. 

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