Not many drivers know a town like a cop, a cabbie, or a DoorDash driver.

So, if anyone knows where the problems are, it's them.

In Rock Springs a local DoorDash driver has been making a list of traffic hazards.

According to The Rocket Miner,

Heather Weidle has been putting in an average of 100 miles a day for the past three years, she noticed missing signs, road damage and overall upkeep of the city as well as the need for traffic cameras at busy intersections. She also noted to the council during their regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 7, that trees need to be trimmed around the city. (Rocket Miner).


She thinks that, perhaps, the people of her town could get together for a city beautification.

“It is simply a want to improve the city's road functions and the overall look of the city,” said Weidle. “The other issue I would like to address is the need for traffic cameras in the major intersections. There are no cameras in any of the intersections.” (Rocket Miner).

And, about those driving habits. Some folks out there need to start paying attention.

She was in a car accident on October 15. After a left turn onto Sunset Drive, she had the green light but was struck by a driver who had failed to yield.

Local traffic cameras had deleted the accident but she got it on her dash cam. She keeps one running just for situations like this.

“I'm looking at the broader picture for the safety of all citizens of Rock Springs as well as those visiting the city,” she said, mentioning that it would help law enforcement to apprehend people in a timely manner, solve crimes, to decrease the flow of drugs and other illegal activities in the city, as well as investigating car accidents. (Rocket Miner).

Honestly, it's not a bad idea. If you want to know what needs to be improved on your town's streets, as the people who are out there driving them all day.


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