The Stark County Area Transportation Study was completed and the Stark County Regional Planning Commission listed the top 10 intersections based on hazard ratings.
Following too closely is listed as the leading cause of crashes at seven of the top 10.
Though a traffic crash can happen anywhere, some intersections are more likely to be the scene of a collision.
Stark County officials use crash statistics to annually rank local intersections based on a hazardous rating.
The Stark County Area Transportation Study (SCATS), part of Stark County Regional Planning Commission, recently released its top 10 hazardous sites.
State Route 21 and Lake Avenue in Massillon ranked No. 1, and Everhard Road and Whipple Avenue in Jackson Township ranked No. 2.
Following too closely, often referred to as tailgating, is listed as the leading cause of crashes at seven of the 10 hazardous sites, according to the 2018 Stark County Crash Report and Safety Work Plan.
Running a red light and failure to yield are other leading causes.
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