Parents hit dead end in stop sign fight at P.S. 41

THE BRONX - Concerned parents say they've hit a dead end in their fight for a multi-way stop near P.S. 41.

According to the Olinville Community Civic Association, the Department of Transportation (DOT) reviewed the demand for increased safety measures, but found that additional stop signs were not warranted where Olinville Avenue crosses Magenta and Rosewood streets.

The community argues the busy intersection is dangerous for elementary students as they walk to and from the school.

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