Dangerous Maple Street traffic
Posted in the Hoopeston Forum
#1 Jan 3, 2013
Why do people crossing, or turning onto, Maple Street realize they do not have the right-of-way? And that they are required to yield to traffic on Maple??? My husband travels on Maple every day, and has narrowly missed being hit by several drivers who are not paying attention; this has happened at least once a week for the past few months. Maple Street runs east from Route 1 all the way to the railroad tracks, and does not have any stop or yield signs. The intersecting streets of S. Church and S. Summit do not have stop signs at Maple, but they do have yield signs... meaning vehicles must YIELD to Maple Street. Driver's Ed refresher course anyone???
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