I don’t know about you but it is a little frightening to read the police blotter these days. Not to minimize the listings of burglaries and assaults, but is seems like there are a lot more cases of local police finding meth amphetamines in vehicles during routine police stops.
I drive to and from work on Broadway every day. Each time I merge onto this congested behemoth of a road, I feel like I just entered the set of the next Mad Max movie, and I am left to fend for myself amidst the chaos of broken traffic rules and general disregard for fellow drivers.
Driving in Quincy can be a real challenge especially if you use Broadway. I have never seen so much traffic on one street. With that in mind, I present to you the Ten Commandments of driving on Broadway.
Another Round of winter weather will take hold this morning and continue through the weekend, District 20 Commander Robert Elliott would like to remind motorists to drive safely by following these tips:
MoDOT works hard to clear roads after a snowfall to make them safe for motorists. Clearing roads also involves cleaning up intersections, interchange ramps and median crossovers. Motorists should give snowplows plenty of room to work, remember not to tailgate and try not to pass.