The best way to improve a tricky north-end intersection is to put it on a diet, the city says.
The intersection of Indian and Errol roads has had four vehicle collisions over the past year, and two the year before that, a staff report has found.
One factor is the sharp approach angle that drivers face crossing Indian. None of the accidents resulted in injury.
Staff say the long-term solution is a “road diet,” or a reduction in the number of lanes on Indian Road.
There is insufficient traffic to warrant the current four southbound and three northbound lanes, the report says.
A road diet would cost an estimated $400,000.