AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO A ‘bike route’ without ‘bike lanes.’
When summer ends, many riding on two or four wheels around Shelter Island breathe a little easier that no one has been killed or seriously injured on Route 114. And just as many travelling that stretch of state road from North to South ferries can recall some close calls. (more…)
A look at the ongoing monitoring of St. Mary’s Road traffic through the years
Councilwoman Chris Lewis addressed her colleagues at Tuesday’s Town Board work session to “pull together a loose end.”
The issue was the concern of some St. Mary’s Road residents about unsafe traffic conditions. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | State money is being requested to re-pave Route 114.
When a project to resurface Route 114 in Southampton was announced, Islanders learned their part of the roadway wasn’t included. (more…)
REPORTER FILE PHOTO The Town Board met in work session Tuesday discuss dangerous traffic on New York Avenue
There was some gruesome imagery voiced at the Town Board work session Tuesday when the topic of dangerous traffic on New York Avenue was raised.
Councilman Jim Colligan said plans to make the road safer should be taken only after a study by the New York State Department of Transportation and that there’s “no reason to panic.”
Councilman Paul Shepherd responded, “There won’t be action until you’re scraping some kid off the side of the road. And then it will be, “Oh, Jesus, why didn’t you guys [the board] do something.’” (more…)
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO | The entrance to 13 North Ferry Road on Tuesday morning.
The concrete grinding has stopped — at least for the moment. But that doesn’t mean the Town Board should breathe a sigh of relief and move on to other matters, according to Robert Waife.
Mr. Waife’s property is adjacent to 13 North Ferry Road, a lot leased by Marcello Masonry, where last week a concrete grinding machine was in operation. Not only was the noise deafening, but Mr. Waife’s entire home shook, windows rattled and the family dog was terrified. (more…)