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Old Posted Dec 18, 2017, 10:06 PM
CoryB CoryB is offline
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Originally Posted by esquire View Post
Leila and McPhillips is usually near the top of the heap which I suppose speaks to some degree of need for more capacity in that area.
Considering Lelia is a residential street and the area has seen significant residential growth in the past 20 years with no new roads it isn't surprising there are issues in the area. In roughly the same time period Bishop went from two lanes (yes, one each direction) to four lanes.

In terms of why Lelia and McPhillips makes the list, at peak times it can take several light cycles to make it through that intersection. There are also lanes shared to through traffic and left turns.
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