CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. A proposal to add a stop sign to the King Street - Greeley Avenue intersection is still pending after several months in front of the New York State Department of Transportation, according to council member Robin Stout.
Merchants and town officials have raised concerns over the lack of a stop sign on King Street, saying it causes confusion for drivers and makes it difficult for pedestrians to cross the street.
The three-way intersection currently has two stop signs, on North and South Greeley Avenues, giving the right-of-way to residents driving down King Street. The setup can cause issues for drivers waiting for the heavily-trafficked road to clear before continuing on Greeley Avenue or turning onto the one-way lower King Street.
There is no timetable for a response from the DOT.
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