The results are in from our Discover Moose Jaw poll asking what you would like to see done to make the intersection of Ninth Avenue Northwest and Highway 1 safer.

Out of 2,952 respondents, 66.5 per cent, or 1,938, said you would like to see traffic lights go up at that intersection.

Meanwhile, 469 voters or 16.1 per cent said they would like to see other traffic mitigating measures that weren't listed.

About 10.9 per cent of the respondents felt that the intersection is fine the way it is or feel that there is nothing that can be done at that intersection.

Finally, 4.8 per cent said further speed reduction is needed at the intersections and 1.7 per cent said greater police presence is needed.

This was an online poll only and these are not scientific results.


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