(Columbus) The addition of new traffic signs could prevent confusion and accidents on a section of Columbus’s roads. Richard Schneider of Capital Bee Supply spoke before the Columbus Committee of the Whole this week, explaining the issue. He says motor vehicles at all times of the day and night will drive down Robbins Rd only to come to a screeching halt at the end where the barricades are.
Schneider says many drivers, including commercial trucks, mistake Robbins Road as a connecting path back to Highway 60. He believes installing some new road signs could remedy the issue suggesting the city install a dead-end sign on Robbins Road and a left arrow indicating that Commerce Road continues on to connect to Maple Ave.
The Columbus City Council will vote on the addition of the new signs at their next meeting in October.