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Tell Us: Traffic Lights in Syosset

What intersections in Syosset and Woodbury are in desperate need of a light?

In Syosset, the last "long-awaited" traffic light was installed on Cold Spring Road at Syosset-Woodbury Road. Credit: File photo
In Syosset, the last "long-awaited" traffic light was installed on Cold Spring Road at Syosset-Woodbury Road. Credit: File photo

Residents gathered Wednesday to happily christen a brand new traffic light in Oyster Bay.

The light, at Pine Hollow Road and Pine Hill Terrace, has been anticipated by many residents living in the area, particularly the a nearby apartment complex.

In Syosset, the last "long-awaited" traffic light was installed on Cold Spring Road at Syosset-Woodbury Road.

What crossroads in Syosset and Woodbury are in desperate need of a traffic light? 

Tell us in the comments!

NH August 01, 2013 at 12:02 PM
Queens St. and Whitney Ave doesn't need a traffic light, but it needs a realignment of the four stop signs and a repainting of the four stop lines.
Grifhunter August 02, 2013 at 03:17 PM
NO more lights, please. Pandering to locals has created burdens on getting anywhere in Syosset. Sitting at lights wastes gas and has no PROVEN safety benefit. Can't wait for the mall to come in, then all these intersections with lights will back up traffic into all your little cul de sacs and it will take you a half hour to get from the CVS to Syosset Library. If anything, the lights at night (after say 10:00pm) should be timed to become flashing on little used side streets so that further time and gasoline isn't wasted.

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