22nd Street collisions in Saskatoon can be avoided
Saskatoon's mayor believes there's a simple solution to the high collision rate on 22nd Street.
Last week, two pedestrians and a cyclist were hit by cars in a span of four days.
Mayor Don Atchison says this can all be avoided by just playing by the rules.
"If everyone obeys the rules of the road and obeys the laws of the land, everything would work quite smoothly. So, I think we need to make sure that everyone abides by the rules and laws that we have in place."
The wards for Councillors Pat Lorje and Myles Heidt are divided by 22nd Street.
Lorje feels more visible signs need to be put up.
Heidt believes the problem lies with a lack of common knowledge.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Karin Yeske.