Do These Construction Signs Belong ‘In The Street’?
The construction signs on 2nd Street, near the Eastridge Mall and east side Walmart seem to be in a very dangerous area. While I completely understand their purpose, I have seen many near accidents since the signs have been up.
Again, while I 100% understand why they are there, considering where the construction actually starts and the fact that the right lane is still open to turn right into the main entrance of the mall, the signs might be better served being posted safely completely on the sidewalk.
I don't know how many times I've almost taken out my side mirror, because other drivers aren't always eager to even budge an inch, especially during the busier times of day (early morning, the lunch rush or after 5:00 pm).
So the question is: