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The 10 worst intersections in the San Gabriel Valley?

The San Gabriel Valley Tribune recently asked its readers and staff, "Which intersection is the worst in the San Gabriel Valley?" According to their results, Whittier had three of the worst, followed by Pasadena and El Monte with two each (results are below). Not one is in Alhambra. That got us thinking: What's the worst intersection in Alhambra? Take our poll and let us know what you think. We will later share which ones have had the highest reported accidents in the past year.

What’s the worst intersection in Alhambra?The SGV’s 10 worst intersections, according to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune:1. S Arroyo Pkwy and E Del Mar Blvd (Pasadena)

2. Norwalk Blvd and Beverly Blvd (Whittier)

3. Colima Rd and Mar Vista St (Whittier)

4. N Grand Ave and E Rowland St/E Covina Hills Rd (Covina)

5. N Garfield Ave and Huntington Dr (South Pasadena)

6. S Rosemead Blvd and Huntington Dr (East San Gabriel)

7. Whittier Blvd and Washington Blvd (Whittier)

8. N Lake Ave between E Colorado Blvd and E Walnut St (Pasadena)

9. Santa Anita Ave and Lower Azusa Rd (El Monte)

10. Lower Azusa Rd and N Peck Rd (El Monte)

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3 thoughts on “The 10 worst intersections in the San Gabriel Valley?”

  1. Good point. A respondent to the poll suggested it, but we've now removed it.

  2. The intersection of Rosemead and Vally Blvd. is not in Alhambra

  3. We all know it's Fremont. All thanks to the 710.