SANDY SPRINGS, Ga - Commuters are still sounding off about an unpopular four way stop in Sandy Springs, and 11Alive is committed to letting the city know how you feel.
11Alive's Commuter Dude has been following the story of the four way stop at Johnson Ferry Road and Wright Road since early this year. Commuters complain that it backs traffic more than a quarter mile at times.
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But neighbors say it has made the area safer.
One driver emailed Commuter Dude, calling the intersection a "nightmare."
Another said, "I despise that stop sign. It can add 15 minutes to my drive. I hate it."
But a nearby homeowner emailed Commuter Dude to say that the four way stop has given her freedom.
"It was difficult to get out of my neighborhood," she writes. "The stop sign has helped with that problem. Taking that stop sign down would cause me to stay at that intersection much longer."
Commuter Dude has received dozens of comments he will pass on to the city of Sandy Springs. The assistant city manager says council members will make a decision next year on possible changes.
If you have an opinion, contact Commuter Dude by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, send him a message on Twitter @commuterdude, or visit the Commuter Dude Facebook page.