Every town has its own story of roads that need to be expanded, potholes that need to be filled, and intersections that could probably stand to be redesigned.

Every town also has a few intersections where accidents seem to happen the most. These intersections usually end up on a list of the worst ones in town.

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The Worst Intersections in Grand Junction

Here in Grand Junction, our listeners have made it clear that there are a few intersections in town that they would prefer to avoid whenever possible. We asked the question, "What is the worst intersection in Grand Junction"? We think the gallery of responses includes just about all of the major ones that can be a nightmare to navigate.

There may be a few places that have yet to make the list so if you see an intersection that you can't stand that isn't on the list below, reach out with our free station app so we can add it to the list.

The Worst Intersections in Grand Junction According to You

Which intersection is the worst one in Grand Junction? Hard to say. Scroll through the answers below and see if your least favorite intersection made the list. If it did not reach out with our station app and tell us your suggestion so we can add it to the list.

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