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  • I hope they also replace the street signs which at present do not comply with the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices [MUTCD] which is the bible from the Federal Highway Administration. The correct signs must start with a capital letter and the remaining part of the sign must be in small letters. This is mandated by the Federal government.

  • I hope Brookhaven is going to stop all other unnecessary projects to correct this Rt. 112 mess. In my area many people do not want the “25A Corridor study from Mount Sinai to Wading River”. The problem with 112, in this article, is one example of why Brookhaven can not continue to keep spending. Common sense and logic, cost effective solutions can be applied to fixing high accident areas on 25A., Mt. Sinai to Wading River
    Fix what needs to be fixed (112) and keep a low cost to tax payer profile District Reps!
    NO RT. 25A Corridor Study funding, bonding or borrowing!

  • I hope Brookhaven is going to stop all other unnecessary projects to correct this Rt. 112 mess. In my area many people do not want the “25A Corridor study from Mount Sinai to Wading River”. The problem with 112, in this article, is one example of why Brookhaven can not continue to keep spending. Common sense and logic, cost effective solutions can be applied to fixing high accident areas on 25A., Mt. Sinai to Wading River
    Fix what needs to be fixed (112) and keep a low cost to tax payer profile District Reps!
    NO RT. 25A Corridor Study funding, bonding or borrowing!

  • How might one determine what “common sense and logic, cost effective solutions” might be if one does not investigate to determine what the problems are? This is one of the primary functions of a corridor study, as is public participation. Show up during the study phase and provide input, rather than wait until a project is proposed and try to block it, thereby wasting all the time effort and money that went into the study process.
    And not to split hairs here, or anything, but if you don’t fund, borrow or bond, what do you use to implement these “solutions”, seashells?

  • ayup, let’s get them signs chaged, that’ll fix ‘er. them feds shure nose whut there talkin about

  • I think your bean a little two hard on them fellers, theirs only 7 and a half ous in a day, after all, and a ingneer can;t be everywhere. maybe they paved the road when he was on lunch, then whose falt is it? an what;s with all them big words?

  • I think your bean a little two hard on them fellers, theirs only 7 and a half ous in a day, after all, and a ingneer can;t be everywhere. maybe they paved the road when he was on lunch, then whose falt is it? an what;s with all them big words?

  • No sea shells! That’s silly! Brookhaven employs Engineers; cost for labor is already being paid for! Dept. of Motor Vehicles has stats. on accidents. So does the police dept. But the biggest study, already paid for by tax payers, is the NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY BUREAU study 2008. Have a highway-traffic safety pro. line it all up and make a decision, there is no need for further, tax payer draining studies. Like 112, we have sidewalks which are falling a part, round-abouts are slated for Rocky Point, big bucks, and unnecessary…the high accident areas are not where round-abouts are being requested….traffic lights are needed at high crash intersections, get rid of center turning lanes at high crash spots, common sense and logic solutions…