What Are Medfield's Most Dangerous Intersections?

A recent report released the most dangerous intersections in the state and region.

Where are the most dangerous intersections in town? Credit: File photo
Where are the most dangerous intersections in town? Credit: File photo

By Matt Schooley

A recent study listed the most dangerous intersections in Massachusetts and New England, and while no Medfield intersections made the list it got us wondering: Where do you think the most dangerous spot is in town?

Not too far down the road from Medfield, the intersection of Canton Street and School Street in Stoughton has been ranked as the third "most dangerous” intersection in the state and the 14th most dangerous one in New England in a recent study by GoLocal Worcester, an online publication.

The site’s methodology looked at total number of accidents, fatalities, injuries and property-damage-only crashes at each intersection.

Looking at just Medfield, what do you find to be the most dangerous intersection in town? Is there a road you avoid because it's too dangerous? Let us know in the comments section below.

Read GoLocal Worcester’s full report >>

Susan Brunelli March 01, 2014 at 09:41 AM
South Street at Route 27. There should be a traffic light there. It's impossible to pull out onto 27 from South street during rush hour.
J P March 03, 2014 at 08:08 AM
That is a difficult spot to put a traffic light unless they removed the other one at the South St extension on 27. I agree with you but don't want to see two traffic lights so close to one another. As it is there are too many lights on 109 in the center of town that don't coordinate properly, time wise, causing major traffic jams.


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