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Anderson Mill Rd

Citizen-led corridor improvement project for Anderson Mill Rd between 620 and 183
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Missing pedestrian crosswalk

jen braudIt would be nice to see a pedestrian cross walk - with pedestrian triggered buttons to push when looking to cross Anderson Mill @ Pecan Creek. Light up (solar power) warning signs that flash could also help drivers on anderson mill slow down a bit.

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2 tools in white dodge trucks

Chris Rizzo2 tools living here drive matching white dodge trucks, its cute. They must have little man syndrome with their loud exhaust they love to speed up and down the street all day and night.

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impossible to take a left

Chris Rizzothe middle concrete median makes it impossible to turn left onto anderson mill. something needs to be done.

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speed humps

Chris Rizzospeeders

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speed humps

Chris Rizzospeeders

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speed humps

Chris Rizzolots of people using this street to cut through, cars are going very fast for young children it is dangerous. speed humps are needed in this neighborhood immediately!!!!

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speed humps

Chris Rizzocars living in this neighborhood use starview as a cut through to anderson mill.

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183N to 620W

m jcompleting 620 w flyover from 183N and 183S would eliminate 70% of he passtrhrough reaffic from 183 to 620 via Anderson mill

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flyover

m jneed 620 flyover from 183 to eliminate pass through on Anderson mill

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Volente Plaza

Brian SpiroNot only should there be no left turn out of the plaza by the gas pumps, there should be no left turn into the plaza there as well. There is a light 1 minute further south... use it.

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Need new connections

Wiliam WalterShould connect Rock Harbor w/ River Place and Spicewoods via "parkways". This will alleviate a lot of the bad traffic on 620 and AMR (as well as 2222 and 360).

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Yet another head-on

Wiliam WalterYet another head on collision (11/17) with a person trying to make a left turn...

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Hard to turn left

Carlee mcconnellit is difficult to turn left onto Anderson mill road from anywhere in this neighborhood. An addition traffic light at pecan park would provide a safer option rather than having to go all the way to the next light. Also, the curbed grassy medians help separate traffic but, because the areas that allow turning are so small, I cannot use it to help me turn left onto Anderson mill rd. Instead I have to be careful to avoid hitting it when turnjng left. Would be helpful if there was more space to allo

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Dedicated Left Turn Lane Need

Christopher PetersI am a retired cop and I agree with all about the traffic signal timing needs to be adjusted. However, the culprit of congestion at this intersection is a lack of a dedicated left turn lane on westbound AMR to southbound Olson Drive. Also, since we have bought a home here last Oct., there have been three wall collisions up and down AMR. I have written Councilman Zimmerman about these issues who responded back that the police do not make traffic enforcement a priority and also that the city man

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Entrance/exit for Pre-School

Diane OwensThis is the only way in/out of the pre-school and is unsafe for left turns in or out anytime of day! Need continuous center turn lanes all the way from Spicewood Pkwy to 183!

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Bus Stops not ADA accessible

Diane OwensNeither side of AM Rd 383 bus stops is accessible for mobility or vision impaired because there are sidewalks leading to the bus stops. They are also unsafe for the average pedestrian or bike rider to use because traffic is so heavy and there are no safe sidewalks or bike lanes. Cap Metro won't improve the bus stops because few people use them and few people use them because they are UNSAFE!

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Unsafe speeds on curve

Diane OwensPosted speed is 30 on Swan but cars cutting thru from AM Rd to Tin Cup cannot see pedestrians crossing road to mailboxes, children walking to school, or cars exiting Medallion Ln N. due to blind curve. Need to extend 25 mph school zone to blind curve to get drivers to slow down earlier before approaching curve & Spicewood Elementary School.

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Light needed at Pecan Creek

Robert PettengillA light for the Pecan Creek / Taterwood and Anderson Mill intersection is needed to allow safe left turns. This will also reduce the traffic at the Olsen and Anderson Mill light.

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Left turn Lanes essential

Robert PettengillThe road has way too much traffic to not have left turn lanes for turns between Spicewood Parkway and US 183. Left turning traffic cuts the capacity of the road in half and is a cause of accidents. These should be dedicated turns and not the continuous turn lanes between Spicewood Parkway and 620. Desperate drivers use those as acceleration lanes causing accidents. The continuous turn lanes should be converted to dedicated turns.

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What is the real speedlimit?

brad cWe have signs that indicate 25 MPH, which is what I feel it should be, City of Austin GIS map tables also show 25 MPH. But when I talk to someone there they say that state law mandates it to be 30 mph? That sounds idiotic - and wrong, Can someone with legal knowledge explain this. I see 25mph signs in other areas like Hyde Park. All our area roads should be 25 mph..

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Cut through problem area

brad cnon Austin traffic is pouring from 183 access road and funneling through local neighborhood streets. The do not regard the speed limits, and they are presenting hazards for our kids. We need less inlets to our neighborhood, and lots and lots of traffic calming and speeds bumps. The entire local street system needs impediments, especially Woodland Village, Millright, Pecan and El Salido. These are the pour throughs that Cedar Park residents are using to go through our neighborhood.

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Need left turn lane eastbound

Claudia BarlowNeed a dedicated left turn lane for eastbound traffic turning onto Swallow

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Need walkway, guardrail

Theresa HardyWe walk to the farmers market each week, but there is no sidewalk along 620 near Ridgeline. There is a path, so people use it. But it's dangerous without a guardrail to keep 620 traffic away from the side.

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Separate traffic

Claire McIntyreAdd a landscaped boulevard to separate traffic and add left turn lanes at limited openings in boulevard. Drivers now stop in left lane to turn left and other drivers are approaching too fast to stop. Drivers can drive past where they want to turn left to a safe left or uturn area to get to destination. Reduce speed limit on Anderson Mill!

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Dangerous to enter/exit

Claire McIntyreDangerous to enter/exit the business on both sides of Anderson Mill near 183 Intersection.

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Dangerous Intersection

Claire McIntyreNeed a light and left turn lane. Anderson Mill Rd should have a landscaped boulevard divider (may need more property on each side of road. And limited left turn / u turn lanes. Drivers going too fast. Reduce speed limit.

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Both traffic lanes turn left

Robert SartinShould modify the lane markings to be as they used to be: left traffic lane feeds left-most left turn lane onto 620, right traffic lane feeds left/straight lane, straight lane, and right turn onto 620. This will prevent both left lane backup on AMR and late lane changes from right lane into left turn lane to get around the backup.

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Difficult to make left turns

Cindee SharpIt is very difficult to get out of the neighborhood and get onto Anderson Mill from this street, even at 6:00 a.m. Cars coming from 620 are approaching from a curve and usually are speeding. Entering the neighborhood here can also be dangerous if you are turning right from Anderson Mill. People are often speeding and not paying attention and will nearly rear-end you, even if you have had your turn signal on for a significant amount of time. I think much of these issues have to do with the curve

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Accidents

Joshua CanterThis exit should be right turn only. My dad was hit here by some guy trying to turn left. As a civil engineer, we require wider lanes, bike lanes, and a concrete median keeping people from turning left.

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Left Turn Onto Olson Dr.

Joshua CanterPeople turning left from Anderson Mill onto Olson Dr is extremely dangerous. With the hill from the East, the line of sight is very bad conditions. Lots of rear-ending heres.

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Stop Sign Needed on Neenah

Jan PelosiThree schools currently exist down Neenah (and once Neenah is punched all the way through even more schools will utilize this road). Drivers headed westbound on Neenah to exit Davis Spring currently block traffic so that residents of Davis Spring headed south on Calaveras cannot make a left turn lane onto Neenah. The parents of children attending Holy Family Catholic School and St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School are very inconsiderate. That and they drive way way over the 30 mph speed limi

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Dangerous Intersection

Susan PetersonWrecks weekly

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Right Lane Right Turn Only

Harold ColemanProblem: Traffic going straight in the right lane of east-bound AM Road block off those turning right onto the SB 183 access road, backing up traffic and causing problems for people exiting the shopping center onto AM Rd. Making this a RH turn only lane might alleviate the backup in the RH lane.

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Sidewalks

Jennifer DinglerThe sidewalks should continue all the way down Anderson Mill to 183.

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Need left turn lane on AM west

Roger FerrisIf possible, change the infrequently used right turn only lane on westbound Anderson Mill Rd to a through traffic lane so that the current left lane could be changed to a left turn only lane for turns onto Olson Dr. At peak traffic hours, the light timing could include a protected left turn arrow in each direction on AM road, after which the traffic light should permit through traffic on AM road in BOTH directions at the same time.

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Timing in the day

Katheryn JagerIt does not matter which corner you are on, turning and waiting are constant. The delays make using any business in the immediate area difficult. Timing should be researched/improved for daytime use.

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Constant backup

Katheryn JagerThere is always backup at this intersection, and it will only get worse with planned building. This needs road improvement or better timing to support the local neighborhoods.

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Blinking yellows at night

Katheryn JagerLate night should not require long waits at empty intersections

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Late night

Katheryn JagerLate night intersection lights need blinking yellows or shorter cycles throughout Anderson Mill

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Light timing slows traffic

Roger FerrisThe traffic signals at the intersection of AM with Olson Dr/Millwright Pkwy are always red in 3 of the 4 directions. Opposing traffic (east-west or north-south) never can travel at the same time. If eastbound and westbound AM traffic could proceed simultaneously (maybe a protected left turn signal in each direction at the beginning and/or end of the cycle), the AM signal could stay green much longer. Same for Olson/Millwright traffic, which is much lighter than on AM, and should have shorter

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Light needed

Theresa HardyThere is far too much traffic turning in/out of the church at all times (not just mass times) that a light is needed. Turning into the church on weekday mornings is a dangerous prospect as traffic is backed up from the light at Boulder and we have to rely on both lanes to stop and let us in.

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Two left turn lanes longer

Theresa HardyThere is significant backup on AM because the outside (right) lane is no longer able to turn left at 620. This forces people to sneak over closer to the light and block traffic in both lanes.

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Add speed bumps

Theresa HardyAdding a speed bump before the stop sign would at least force people to think about the intersection. I have seen the crossing guards at the school nearly get hit almost daily from people not stopping. I even saw a large lawn mower not stop and almost get hit.

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Better Signage

Theresa HardyWith the center lane no longer turning left, there should be a sign over the light showing traffic patterns. Many people don't bother looking at the arrows on the road.

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Dangerous U-Turns

Theresa HardyToo many U-Turns at this intersection - either on AM itself or on Fence Post. These cars block traffic, and are a surprise when you turn onto Fence Post and someone is turning across the intersection at Tanglebriar and blocking the road

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Better Signage

Theresa HardyThe ability of two lanes turning onto AM from Spicewood is not obvious to a lot of people. Better signage (on the light) and before the light to inform them of the 2 lanes turning left would help.

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Get rid of the bike lanes

Susan PetersonWe need the roads, not the bike lanes that are utilized less than 1% of the time. It's too dangerous of a road for bikers anyway and pinching the lanes for cars on an already dangerous and narrow road is a down right waste of tax payer dollars.. City of Austin really needs stop their love affair of the sport of biking. If we are honest that is what the lanes are for, the "sport" of biking, the Lance Armstrong wannabes, not the real use of bikers needing to get to work etc. at least not out

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Arb Park Condos need safe exit

Amy gayleThere are 39 houses here, in a gated community called Arboretum Park. I live in one of these homes. We need a safe exit to, and entrance from Anderson Mill Road. Whether turning left or right when pulling out of our neighborhood, or waiting to turn in to come home... it is dangerous. I have been in an accident here (rear ended on my way home) and have witnessed many others. In general, this strip of Anderson Mill is dangerous... starting at Arboretum Park condominiums, continuing all the way to

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Speeding on Anderson

Dan HurlimannOriginally the speed limit was 35 mph on Anderson Mill Rd. I was told by City of Austin it was raised to 40 mph because a study showed that most people were traveling at 40 mph. We have had numerous cars crashing through fences into peoples' back yards, along with one death. Lower speed limit from 40 back down to 35 mph will lower the number of crashes and deaths.

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Turn lane at Swan

Dan HurlimannAdding a left turn lane for cars west bound on Anderson Mill Road turning left/southbound onto Swan Dr will improve traffic flow on AMR.

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Timing of Light at Spicewood P

Dan HurlimannThe timing of the light at Anderson Mill Rd and Spicewood Pkwy needs to be coordinated with the light at Anderson Mill Rd and Olson/Millwright. Numerous times as I am traveling west on Anderson Mill Rd, as I start traveling after the light turns green at AMR and Olson/Millwright, just as I arrive at AMR and Spicewood Pwky the light turns red and I need to stop. If the lights were coordinated traffic would continue west bound without having to stop.

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Review Traffic Light Timing

Eric MorleyProblem: the timing of this traffic light appears incompatible with the traffic load on AM road during peak hours; light appears to give equal time to lighter cross traffic from Olson Drive, contributing to AM road congestion; traffic light changes to red for AM road traffic at night, even when there is no traffic on Olson drive Recommendation: conduct traffic study at this intersection; adjust traffic light timing to give priority to AM road during peak hours

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Remove the Left Turn option

Eric MorleyProblem: Vehicles attempting to make a left turn from this parking lot onto Anderson Mill road create a significant hazard to motor and pedestrian traffic; this hazard is created by 1) the parking lot surface is below grade of the AM road surface, restricting visibility, 2) most east-bound vehicles on AM road line up in the right hand lane (for HWY 183 south) creating a visual barrier, 3) the east and west bound inner lanes of AM road are typically fast moving and unobstructed Recommendation: Re

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CONNECT 620 to 183

Susan PetersonConnect 620 to 183 immediately to relieve the traffic especially dangerous trucks off of Anderson Mill

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Speeding

Susan PetersonStop the speeding!!!! This is not a highway!!! You shouldn't be able to get away with going 5 mph over , and if that is going to be the rule, then go back to the speed the county said was safe for this road and that was 35mph. I was told by the district police station that is what they would allow even on this road. 5 miles over, well then that means you can legally drive 45 and while they are not looking,which is 95 percent of the time, go ahead and go 50mph on up! geez

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Middle Lane for churches

Susan PetersonMiddle lane for these churches to able to turn in and out with their light. Need to not have a turn light without a turn lane, bad planning all the way around. Have had people trying to cut over the last minute and avoid a rear end collision seeing that the traffic is stopped to turn but almost wiping out the people in the right lane to get over.

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No left turn allowed

Susan PetersonDo not allow people to back up traffic going into this strip center. They need to turn at the Ohlsen/Millwright light or the Spicewood Parkway light but not just anywhere in this section. Causes crazy backup and accident potential.

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Flashing speed reminders

Susan PetersonNeed permanent flashing speed reminders all the way from 620 to at least Spicewood Parkway that tell /remind them how fast they are going like they have on Brodie Lane in South Austin.

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Speeding

Susan PetersonCannot get out of neighborhood safely to go to HEB. Constant lack of enforcing the speed is going to get us all killed including young teenage drivers trying to go to the store or school. People driving between the two Centennials are always hauling butt because they know that the cops are not monitoring between there. Constant broken out walls.

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Need a Median

Leslie PurvisThis stretch of Anderson Mill Road is very dangerous with no median and lots of blind turns. Too many side streets as well. The churches somehow were able to have traffic lights installed yet the rest of the road has no improvements. With everyone using this road to get away from 620, more thought should be put into where traffic lights are, where medians should be as well as shoulders.

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Speeding

Barbara WarrenI travel Anderson Mill from 620 to Pecan Park daily. Speed limit is 40 mph. No one obeys that speed. Consequently it is dangerous for any car trying to get on Anderson Mill from any side road. I did notice a road monitor that checks a cars speed. That is new but doesn't slow anyone down.

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Blowing thru this stop sign

Susan GalavanThis is at the park, with kids and dogs and walkers.

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No exit from shopping center

Haitao PengFrom Moonnie's burger and plaza, the entrance should be enter-only. People try to exit from the plaza to AM causes all the accidents (I had one with somebody exiting from plaza).

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no turn lanes

Peter SpetsiotakisThe old section of Anserson Mill road that has not been updated is very dangerous. Numerous accidents there weekly. With no turn lanes I see rear end collisions all the time and T-Bones from people making blind turns into traffic.

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Blowing the stop sign

Andrew BAKERI cannot count how many times I have seen somebody not even slow down at this intersection. As it is a school crossing, I am deeply concerned for the wellbeing of students who use it as a crossing.

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Tanglebriar Cut through

Andrew BAKERpeople looking to avoid the light at AM and 620 often cut through the neighborhood by taking Tanglebriar over to El Salido. These people passing through the neighborhood are often speeding and not mindful of the many children living in the neighborhood.

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Wall Collisions

Patrick O'Rourke In 2014 there were 6 car / wall accidents in the 1/4 mile segment of AMD starting at Centennial.

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Please fix the traffic signals

carol rogusThe signals are on a timer rather than a sensor as they were before the "water tunnel" excavation began. So frustrating when you are driving and the light turns red but no traffic is at the cross street for the green light!

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Light at Osboure

Judi McCabeNeed a light at Osborne and Anderson Mill. With over 400 apartments added, it will be unsafe to make left turns from Osborne to Anderson Mill. It's already unsafe and the added traffic of over 400 cars will make it even more so.

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a long (& narrow) winding road

Sue Hulme-LoweGrand Oak Drive is a narrow winding road which was never meant to take it's current traffic load. Speed bumps installed at the bottom end of Rolling Oak have resulted in a greater volume of through-traffic using Grand Oak to access Spicewood Springs Road - often driving well over the speed limit!

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steep hill - narrow road

Sue Hulme-Lowetraffic entering from Talleyran onto Grand Oak has to climb a steep hill with limited visibility and a narrow road often made narrower by parked cars. They need to drive more slowly to have time to accommodate passing traffic and pedestrians

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traffic volume & speed

Sue Hulme-Lowewhen traffic enters our neighborhood from Tree Bend, it often ignores the STOP sign at this intersection

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Shopping center access

Thomas ManningAccess to the shopping center on both sides of the road needs to be fixed. Two access points for each center is not necessary and adds to the problem. The hill on Anderson Mill Road just west of the shopping center access prevents visibility for both drivers on Anderson Mill Road and drivers trying to exit the shopping center. Neither set of drivers can see the others. Lack of a turn lane causes traffic to back up in both directions, because of the volume of traffic.

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Pedestrian Crossing

Sarah LeslieIt would be nice to have a safe place for pedestrians to cross so people living in the Anderson Mill neighborhood can safely walk to HEB. A traffic light would really help this issue.

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Must have a light here

Theresa HardyThis intersection would be a much safer alternative to get left onto Anderson Mill if there was a light.

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Clarify turn lane

Theresa HardyPost a sign over the light to show both lanes from Spicewood Parkway has two left turn lanes onto Anderson Mill.

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Block this entrance

Rick HairI've seen numerous near-accidents as cars coming from 183 heading west attempt to turn into this entrance. Block this so cars will turn into the shopping center at the next entrance. That short distance gives drivers better chance to react to the car slowing and turning.

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Turn lane dangerous

Sarah LoghinThis entrance to the HEB shopping center should be right turn entrance and exit only. Cars sitting in the turn lane, knowing traffic is bumper to bumper for 4 miles, make it even worse because then people turning the other direction can't get in the turn lane. There should be NO LEFT TURN out of the HEB parking lot, except at the light.

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Lights out of sync

Sarah LoghinThis light being out of sync with the Anderson Mill light causes pileups all the way back to Boulder Dr. It is ridiculous. This light should only be red when there are people waiting to turn in/out of the shopping center

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Light Timing

Sarah LoghinThis light is entirely too long since each direction gets a full turn. This causes backups on Anderson Mill in the evening, when it can take 10 minutes to get through the intersection.

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Speeding

Sarah LoghinPeople speed- 50-60mph, from Morris Rd if there are no cops, all the way to Parmer. This makes it very dangerous for pedestrians and cyclists trying to cross the street.

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Traffic Light

Sarah LoghinNeed traffic light or stop sign here. Increased traffic and speeders make it difficult to safely enter or exit Bluffs at Millwood. This is the only entrance/exit for the whole neighborhood.

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Traffic Light

Phil DenneyAdd light vicinity of child care off AM Road. It would improve safe entry and exit from that facility and might make it easier for traffic to exit the shopping centers in that vicinity.

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Traffic Light

Phil DenneyNeed traffic light at Swan and AM Road.

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Speeding

Marcia SpillersPeople speed through the school zone on AM/Villa Park Dr. area. The sign isn't visible until they are right on it. It's dangerous for students at DeerPark MS who try and get their bikes across the road. Between 5 and 8pm, the speeding increases tremendously. Lately big construction trucks and 18 wheelers are using Anderson Mill as a cut through to 183 and Palmer and tie up the traffic.

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Too many u-turns

Theresa HardyFence Post is a common turn around for people coming out of HEB. They stop traffic by turning around on Anderson Mill or at Fence Post and Tanglebriar. It is a narrow intersection with 2 stop signs that are frequently blocker or have people flying around the corner.

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Need traffic light

Phil DenneyIntersection of Pecan Creek Parkway and Anderson Mill Road. Would make for better access to Anderson Mill Road from Pecan and left turns from Anderson Mill to Pecan and might slow traffic at the curve and reduce people running into the walls.

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Divided road-concrete median

Claudina PadovaniAnderson Mill would benefit from a concrete median running the full length from 620 to 183. The median needs to prohibit left turns out especially near the intersection of Anderson Mill and 183 starting at the churches and going to the light at 183. And force left turns to turn right and then u-turn in protected turning lanes. This will greatly reduce accidents from people turning left straightaway into oncoming traffic and oncoming opposite traffic.

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Dangerous curve

MARK M MAXWELLGoing west bound traffic: 1. Goes too fast 2. Median need reflectors, so cars don't hit 3. If cars hit median they frequently over correct to the right and run into the wall - 7 or 8 times in past six years with one fatality.

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Add reflective markers

Amy LawrenceAdd reflective markers along the fence/wall lines on this road for improved visibility at night, consider smaller lights/markers for the center of the road

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Continous right turn here!

Barb Cooperwould fix alot of problems

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This should be right turn only

Barb CooperDangerous left turn with no light...and slows traffic moving north on 620 towards Anderson Mill

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Needs dedicated right turn

Kitty Woo-HamThere should be four lanes of traffic at Anderson Mill and 183 and a lane dedicated solely for turning right so traffic doesn't back up turning right to go south bound 183

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No Left Turns

Caitlin TaylorLeft turns should be prohibited out of the shopping centers and at all cross streets that don't have a stop light. This will limit backup in the left lane where there isn't a suicide middle lane. Drivers should go up to the next light to turn left where it is protected. This may add a few minutes to your commute but at least you will have a better chance of arriving without a wreck. This will also speed up both lanes of traffic in each direction. Adding more lights will only increase delays.

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move traffic to 183

William DowerIf 620 were made controlled access from volente plaza up to 183, with freeway entrance ramps to 183 Southbound, a lot of the through traffic on Anderson Mill Road would choose to use the faster, safer 620 connection. This would improve everything on the Anderson Mill side, with fewer trucks, lower speeds, and mostly local traffic. If a full freeway treatment of 620 is not possible at this time, at least put the on-ramp(s) in place, and time the 620 traffic lights so there is better flow betwe

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This should be a continous rig

Barb Cooperjust change the northbound 620 lane to a continous right turn lane onto Anderson Mill and the giant line of traffic that backs up all the way back to Walmart on any given day will be much improved!

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Poor Sight Line

elizabeth hendlerTurning left out of the shopping center at almost any time of day is dangerous because of fast traffic in both directions and a very poor sight line looking West to turn left.

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Additional bus stop/sidewalks

Chau NgoAn additional bus stop near Swallow on both sides will increase access and allow people to not solely rely on the Millwright ones (crossing Anderson Mill to catch the bus does not work sometimes or going all the way to Millwright is far for some pedestrians). The bus runs infrequently and arrives early sometimes, so an additional stop will help people catch it safely and on time. Lack of sidewalks makes walking difficult to get to the existing stops.

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Pedestrain light for bus stop

Chau NgoWithout even a center median or center lane just past the shopping center, crossing the road is really dangerous. Going to the light to turn is unsafe without proper sidewalks. Going to the center lane is an unsafe option, too, as cars also use them to turn and as an unofficial 3rd lane. The hill makes it hard for folks to see people in the road. If there is a pedestrian light, there needs to be a sign on the eastbound side letting people know that it is coming up.

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Need center turn lane

NWAC Meeting 6/29Need external center (fifth) lane to enable turn into/out of shopping center, etc.

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Need right turn lane

NWAC Meeting 6/29Need dedicated right turn lane onto 183

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Frequent accidents

NWAC Meeting 6/29Accidents frequently happen here with cars exiting from shopping center turning left onto Anderson Mill Rd. Too many entrances close to intersection.

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Cannot turn left

NWAC Meeting 6/29Cannot turn left from shopping plaza easily. Traffic backs up badly.

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Close shopping ctr turn

NWAC Meeting 6/29Shopping center's left turn out of/to Anderson Mill should be closed. Too many accidents.

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Bus stops not safe

NWAC Meeting 6/29Bus stops not safe. Saw woman with white cane trying to cross 183 and Anderson Mill. She got to corner but couldn't find sidewalk with her cane. NO SIDEWALKS!

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Terrible getting in/out

NWAC Meeting 6/29Terrible getting in or out. Scares me. High stress.

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No safe way

NWAC Meeting 6/29No safe way for people to turn left onto/out of 35 different driveways/intersections from 183 to Spicewood Pkwy.

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No safe ped xing

NWAC Meeting 6/29No safe pedestrian crossing

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No sidewalks

NWAC Meeting 6/29No sidewalks from Spicewood Pkwy to 183. Can't get to and from 383 bus stops.

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New parking lot

NWAC Meeting 6/29Church new parking lot entrance and exit

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New nursing home

NWAC Meeting 6/29New nursing home at Swan. Staff and visitors aren't able to enter/exit safely without light

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Westwood

NWAC Meeting 6/29Westwood student cut-thru

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Traffic backed up

NWAC Meeting 6/29Traffic backed up from Millwright light to Bethany church in rush hours. Can't enter Swan. No center turn lanes.

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Traffic runs red light

NWAC Meeting 6/29Traffic runs red light on Anderson Mill causing Olson backup

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No continuous sidewalks

NWAC Meeting 6/29No continuous sidewalks. Not pedestrian-friendly.

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Difficult to turn left

NWAC Meeting 6/29Difficult to turn left from these streets because there are no lights from 620 to Milwright/Olsen to slow traffic down

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Pecan Creek curve

NWAC Meeting 6/29Curve makes it difficult to see oncoming cars when trying exit left from Pecan Creek

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Pecan Park

NWAC Meeting 6/29Pecan Park turnout unsafe

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Need center turn lanes

NWAC Meeting 6/29Need center turn lanes all the way down Anderson Mill from 620 to 183

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Need light somewhere

NWAC Meeting 6/29Need light somewhere between Centennial and Pecan Creek to get into Anderson Mill Rd up from Anderson Mill Estates, Brentwood Estates, Pecan Creek, and Laurel Canyon without any shortcuts.

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Need more left turn onlys

NWAC Meeting 6/29Need more left turn only lanes wherever they are missing!

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No thru trucks

NWAC Meeting 6/29No thru trucks on Anderson Mill Road (safety and road deteriation)

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H-E-B

NWAC Meeting 6/29Difficult to enter and exit from H-E-B shopping center

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Difficult to exit

NWAC Meeting 6/29Difficult to exit right from H-E-B parking lot because of constant right-turn traffic from 620

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Slow, dangerous intersxn

NWAC Meeting 6/29620 and Anderson Mill intersection is slow and dangerous

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Anderson Mill Rd is not just congested, but it’s also unsafe. By kicking off our own citizen-led corridor study, we can bring much-needed improvements to the road but also do it faster and cheaper than if we waited for the city to do it for us. I just need your help to make it happen!

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