Left Turns

The intersection of Heritage Trace Pkwy and N Beach has experienced more traffic accidents than normal. The City of Fort Worth’s early review of the intersection’s geometric features, turn lanes and signalization indicate the primary cause of accidents is driver error in navigating the ‘Permitted Left Turn Signal’ (Blinking Yellow Light).

As my office makes recommendations to TPW (Transportation Works) I would welcome the public sentiment on considering one of the two options in regards to Permitted Left Turns (Blinking Yellow).  

As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?

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  • Charlotte McNulty
    answered 2018-01-17 20:29:39 -0600
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Keep the permitted Left Turn Signal (Blinking Yellow) and add signage.
  • Henry Harrison
    answered 2017-12-10 18:27:30 -0600
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Eliminate the permitted left turn signal (Blinking Yellow) and only allow Protected Left Turns (Solid Green Arrow).
  • Jerry and Carole Strother
    answered 2017-09-22 19:58:04 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Eliminate the permitted left turn signal (Blinking Yellow) and only allow Protected Left Turns (Solid Green Arrow).
  • Alexandra Thurston
    answered 2017-08-09 11:04:12 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Eliminate the permitted left turn signal (Blinking Yellow) and only allow Protected Left Turns (Solid Green Arrow).
  • Kevin Sayre
    answered 2017-07-28 17:57:44 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Keep the permitted Left Turn Signal (Blinking Yellow) and add signage.
  • Marcos Lechuga
    answered 2017-07-28 16:57:22 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Keep the permitted Left Turn Signal (Blinking Yellow) and add signage.
  • Dennis Novak
    answered 2017-07-28 15:54:00 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Eliminate the permitted left turn signal (Blinking Yellow) and only allow Protected Left Turns (Solid Green Arrow).
  • Erin Carpenter
    followed this page 2017-05-06 12:17:02 -0500
  • Bassey Obot
    answered 2017-05-02 09:23:26 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Eliminate the permitted left turn signal (Blinking Yellow) and only allow Protected Left Turns (Solid Green Arrow).
  • Brenda Wilson
    answered 2017-04-30 19:37:26 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Eliminate the permitted left turn signal (Blinking Yellow) and only allow Protected Left Turns (Solid Green Arrow).
  • Mary Burke
    answered 2017-04-30 15:45:26 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Eliminate the permitted left turn signal (Blinking Yellow) and only allow Protected Left Turns (Solid Green Arrow).
  • Michael Stevens
    answered 2017-04-29 12:26:54 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Eliminate the permitted left turn signal (Blinking Yellow) and only allow Protected Left Turns (Solid Green Arrow).
  • Lisa Bowley
    answered 2017-04-29 07:47:09 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Eliminate the permitted left turn signal (Blinking Yellow) and only allow Protected Left Turns (Solid Green Arrow).
  • Brian Blatz
    followed this page 2017-04-28 22:26:51 -0500
  • Brian Blatz
    answered 2017-04-28 22:26:22 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Keep the permitted Left Turn Signal (Blinking Yellow) and add signage.
  • Leanne Barton
    answered 2017-04-28 14:21:48 -0500
    Q: As a concerned resident, which option do you recommend?
    A: Eliminate the permitted left turn signal (Blinking Yellow) and only allow Protected Left Turns (Solid Green Arrow).