Nearly two dozen accidents have been reported in neighborhoods that residents say are normally quiet.
Now, 10TV has learned city engineers are listening.
Olde Town East residents are expressing concern after they claim to have witnessed numerous accidents in the last few months along Bryden Road.
Ed Virtue says he and his dog, Sam, were involved in one Friday night.
"We were taking our evening walk, and he saw a rabbit, pulled out of my arm and a car that was speeding down the street at 45 to 50 miles an hour hit him, did not stop and kept on going," says Virtue.
His dog died a short time later.
Virtue and many other residents in the Olde Town East, Old Oaks and Franklin Park areas say the problem stems from a traffic modification study being conducted by the Department of Public Safety.
"This has created a mini highway through the neighborhoods. People are confused as to what to do,” says James Flannery, the President of Franklin Park Association.
10TV obtained the crash reports for five intersections since the study began in early April. There were 23 crashes.
Columbus police officers in Precinct 12 say since the study began, there has been a major increase in accidents and speeders.
After our inquiry and feedback from police and residents, city engineers agree it is a problem.
They are now making changes, including modifying Bryden Road and S. Ohio Avenue to a four-way stop and adding stop signs to the intersection of Bryden Rd. and Miller Avenue.
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