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Thursday May 21st, 2015

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The City of Windsor has released a report on the most dangerous intersections in the city. The report is made up of accident data between 2009 and 2013.

The report is broken down into crashes at signalized intersections, un-signalized intersections and mid-block accidents.

The top five dangerous signalized intersections are:

  1. County Road 42 and Lauzon Parkway
  2. Pelissier Street at Wyandotte Street West
  3. Lauzon Line / McHugh Street at Lauzon Road
  4. Banwell Road at E.C. Row Expressway West Bound
  5. Central Avenue at E.C Row East Bound on Ramp

The top five dangerous unsignalized intersections are:

  1. Dougall Avenue and Ouellette Place
  2. Dougall Avenue and E.C. Row East Bound Off Ramp
  3. Hanna Street East and Ouellette Avenue
  4. 9th Concession Road and County Road 42
  5. Division Road and Riberdy Road

The top five streets in the city where accidents have happened mid-block are:

  1. Pitt Street East between Ouellette Avenue and Goyeau Street
  2. Pelissier Street between University Avenue West and Park Street West
  3. Chatham Street between Bruce Avenue and Janette Avenue
  4. Erie Street East between Pierre Avenue and Hall Avenue
  5. Pitt Street East between Goyeau Street East and McDougall Steet

The City report also notes that six signalized intersections had no reported collisions:

  • College Avenue and Wellington Avenue
  • McDougall Street and Pitt Street East
  • McHugh Street and Mickey Renaud Way
  • McKay Avenue and University Avenue West
  • Richmond Street and Walker Road
  • Seminole Street and Ford Entrance (west)

The entire City of Windsor Road Safety report is available online here.

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