Selby And Dale St. Paul, MN - Summit-University
Traveling south on Dale towards Selby, the merger of two lanes into one (and the lack of a left-turn arrow) creates for a jammed and dangerous intersection.
There are two lanes on Dale north of Selby, however, the left lane is often backed up with a car trying to turn left (East) onto Selby and the right lane of Dale is abruptly ended by parked cars in front of Mississippi Market.
Because cars in the left lane are typically backed up behind someone turning left, some drivers try to pass in the right lane, before Selby, and quickly re-merge into the left lane in front of Mississippi Market. This is especially annoying and dangerous for drivers and pedestrians.
1) The street parking on Dale in front of Mississippi Market needs to be eliminated. It creates a real traffic hazard; also, they have a parking lot and side streets.
2) There needs to be a sign directing the two lanes to merge on southbound Dale, south of Selby
3) There need to be left turn lights for traffic on Dale (north and southbound) turning onto Selby.