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Where to Report Dangerous Intersections and Unsafe Roads in Indiana

Updated July 31, 2020 | By Wilson Kehoe Winingham staff

Some roadways and intersections are more dangerous than others, depending on the time of day, traffic patterns, and other factors.

Do you live near a dangerous intersection, or do you regularly drive by one on your commute? Don’t just wait for an accident to happen: Be vigilant, drive safe, and make a complaint.

Where to File a Report

The Indiana Division of Transportation (INDOT) takes complaints for all state roads as well as highways and interstates. If you have a concern with one of these roads, please call INDOT at 317.232.5333 or fill out an online concern form. Their site includes a list of local agencies to contact if the problem isn’t on a state road.

If you have a complaint about one of the city roads in Indianapolis, contact the Mayor’s Action Center by phone at 317.327.4622 or via the center’s website.

Dangerous Indianapolis Intersections

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization released a list of the most dangerous intersections in Indianapolis. Here are the top ten most dangerous intersections:

  1. High School Rd. an 38th St.
  2. Meridian St. and 38th St.
  3. 21st St. and Post Rd.
  4. County Line Rd. and Emerson Ave.
  5. Michigan St. and West St.
  6. College Ave. and Washington St.
  7. New York St. and West St.
  8. Meridian St. and 16th St.
  9. Maryland St. and West St.
  10. West St. and Washington St.

Be especially careful when driving through these intersections.

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If you or a loved one have been injured as a result of a car crash, you are urged to contact the attorneys of Wilson Kehoe Winingham. An Indianapolis car accident lawyer from WKW can help you get the compensation you deserve. Call 317.920.6400 or fill out an online contact form for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.

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