(KMOV) -- Drivers in North St. Louis are upset about two dysfunctional intersections on a major stretch of road.
The red lights at Martin Luther King Drive have been out for months.
Many consider Martin Luther King Drive a busy stretch of road. The lights have been out at Sarah for months and at Euclid for weeks.
“What you see is what you get, they don’t fix nothing,” said Anthony Waod.
The city street department said they care, but the area is not a busy one. They are considering using stop signs instead of lights. Stop signs are a cheaper option, and crews said a similar situation was successful in South St. Louis.