Anyone who drives in Clearwater knows the dangers on the intersection of Belcher Road and Gulf to Bay Boulevard (S.R. 60). Tomorrow, March 16th, you have an opportunity to voice your opinion as to future changes at this intersection. Check out one of my prior blog articles to read what changes may be proposed.
In 2019 and 2020, 158 car accidents were reported at this intersection. Rear-end collisions were the most frequent accident type, followed by angle and left-turn collisions. Personally, I have represented several people injured in car accidents that occurred at Belcher Road and Gulf to Bay Boulevard (S.R. 60). It is simply too congested and can be confusing at times for new drivers.
Pinellas County is conducting a Project Development and Environmental (PD&E) Study to evaluate operational and safety improvement alternatives for the intersection of Belcher Road and Gulf to Bay Boulevard (S.R. 60) in Clearwater and will be holding a virtual Project Information Meeting on Tuesday, Mar. 16, from 6 to 7 p.m. via the Zoom video platform to provide information about the upcoming study regarding the proposed intersection improvements and answer questions about the project. Everyone is welcome to attend and can click here to register to participate in the virtual information Zoom meeting.
Stay tuned to MatthewNoyes.com for updates on changes to one of the most dangerous intersections in Clearwater.
Drive safely and watch out for those who don’t!
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