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Where to Report Dangerous Intersections

September 16, 2013

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization recently released a list of what it considers the most dangerous intersections in Indianapolis.

Here is a list of the Top 10:

  1. Binford Boulevard and Keystone Avenue
  2. County Line Road and Madison Avenue
  3. Post Road at 25th Street
  4. Binford Boulevard and Kessler Boulevard East Drive
  5. Rural Street at Pearl Street
  6. Washington and East Street
  7. 30th Street and Central Avenue
  8. Holt Road and Morris Street
  9. High School Road and Washington Street
  10. 29th and Meridian Street

After witnessing several accidents outside of our office and reporting the intersection for its poor visibility, we thought it would be important for people to know how and where to report dangerous intersections.

The Indiana Division of Transportation (INDOT) takes complaints for all state roads, US highways and interstates.  If you have a concern with one of these roads, please call (317)232-5333 or fill out an online concern form at www.in.gov/indot/2330.htm.

If you have a complaint about one of the city roads in Indianapolis, contact the Mayor’s Action Center at (317)327-4622 or online at www.indy.gov/egov/mayor/mac/Pages/home.aspx.

If you live outside of Marion County and have a complaint, log on towww.in.gov to find the correct contact number for your city/county.

View the full article and entire list of Indy Metro Area’s 50 Most Dangerous Intersections here:

http://www.theindychannel.com/news/29395909/detail.html 

Wilson Kehoe Winingham brings you this information with best regards for you and your family’s safety.

Sincerely,
Bruce Kehoe                                                          Bill Winingham

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