The 15 Worst Traffic Lights on the SouthCoast
There's nothing worse than starting your day off on the wrong foot.
Getting stuck at that one traffic light could mean the difference between a good or a bad day at work. If you're running late, then that one light might not only ruin your mood for the day, but it could be the last time you use the "running late" excuse at the company.
Trust me, I've been there, and of course, it's my own fault for not giving myself enough time, but it's just unneeded additional negative vibes.
Some people are red light magnets when it comes to getting stuck at a traffic light and I am for sure one of those people. Now, I've heard of having bad luck, but there's something about noticing a pattern on your travels. Admittedly, I've even found alternate routes to avoid hitting certain places where you know you're definitely going to get stuck.
Talk about a true test of patience, especially with certain lights lacking a directional signal. Ever come across a light that seems as though it favors the opposite or adjacent direction over you? I know that I have.
I'm always on the road, so all across the SouthCoast, from Swansea to Wareham, I've started up a list of some of the most annoying traffic lights, in my opinion, that you'll come across. From the busy intersections of Dartmouth to the avenues of Fall River, here is a list of 15 traffic lights that qualify as some of the worst lights to get stuck at on your daily commute. Then, at the bottom of the list, we want you to vote for the absolute worst.