A stop sign has been installed at one of the busier intersections in Twin Falls that leads to Shoshone Falls. The intersection is officially a 4 way stop.

The intersection 4000 N also known as Falls Avenue and 3300 E has officially become a four-way stop. The intersection is where you turn to get to Shoshone Falls and Dierkes Lake. It has been a problem intersection for a while. It is easy to miss if you are looking to get to the falls and I can't tell you how many times someone in front of me slammed on their brakes to make the turn.

This is going to help in so many ways, especially during tourist season when the traffic to get down runs miles long. If you are heading in that direction make sure you remember that it is a four-way intersection now. I think a red blinking light would also be a great addition. Baby steps.

What other intersections do you think also need a stop sign or light?

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