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YOUR TURN: Malden's Worst Drivers?

If it were up to you, where would you set up Malden's latest speed trap?

We've all had the feeling - a driver cuts you off, ignores a red light or speeds past a group of children and our sense of justice kicks in: “How great would it be if a cop saw that?”

Bearing in mind that city hall decision-makers often read our comment section, we wanted to throw this question out to our readers: in a perfect world, where would you set up the city's next speed trap? 

Your neighborhood cross street? A school bus stop? Somewhere along your commute? Tell us where the city should set up a net for speeders in our comments section below. 

Marc Levine August 04, 2012 at 06:21 PM
Highland Ave and Charles St. ......Pearl St. and Charles St. Almost T boned at both intersections by cars not even stopping for red lights. Each one probably less then 10 feet away from getting hit
LI August 05, 2012 at 02:38 AM
Washington Street and Kneeland Street. I needed to turn left on to Washington Street and I turned right and I took a long way to get to where I wanted to avoid car accident...
Michael G August 05, 2012 at 04:25 AM
You should make a article on pot holes. I know the administration reads this because they call when they don't like what I post...maybe they can read on pot holes or how dark Salem street is (high crime area in the dark).
Jennifer August 05, 2012 at 07:48 PM
Meggie we used to live on Meridian St. My CHILDREN had to cross there to get to school. Talk about scary! Whoever designed that fiasco was probably insane. To top it off I've seen with my own eyes a car go through the intersection against the light. I was on Main St in the right lane heading towards Everett, a cruiser was in the left lane going to make the left onto Eastern Ave and totally ignored the car that came off of Madison against the red light to turn left onto Main St heading towards the square.
Maria August 06, 2012 at 01:07 AM
the problems is : nobody cares anymore !....

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