As you drive to and from work, school and home every single day, you tend to get into a routine and sometimes could drive your regular route with your eyes closed. Don't do it but still. lol I am on a few different routes everyday but there is one imparticular that I will avoid if possible. For me, it is one of the most dangerous intersections in the 432. 

When I feel like I'm in a game of Frogger anytime I go near this intersection, that's not necessarily a good thing. I'm talking about loop 338 and John Ben Shepperd Pkwy. There is no traffic light there, so you have to wait patiently (trust I do) for traffic coming and going on loop 338 to pass before you dart across.

They finally put up a traffic light a little further down on Grandview and loop 338 but I think it's time to put one here. I've lost count how many times I'm sitting at this the stop sign waiting to turn left onto loop 338 and have seen the car in front of me take a chance and pull out in front of the cars flying down the road. Too many close calls for my comfort. Thus the reason I take an alternate route more often than not.

This is one of the no doubt many dangerous intersections in Midland-Odessa, which intersection do you try to avoid when possible because you feel it's dangerous?

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