FISHERS, Ind. -- Drivers in Fishers say they’re frustrated because they have to wait at a certain light along 116th Street for a very long time before being able to make a left turn - and they’re asking the city to make a change.
The intersection in question is 116th Street at Fishers Pointe Boulevard, where traffic is thick but no left-turn signal exists to help drivers who need to get through.
City leaders say there are currently no plans to add a left turn signal to that intersection because they haven’t received any official complaints.
The city filed RTV6’s call as a complaint and says they welcome any other drivers who have concerns, complaints or suggestions on how to make traffic run smoothly to submit them online .
The engineering department says they are also planning to study the intersection in question to see if changes need to be made.
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