They say it's dangerous and deadly, and people drive too fast, and now, people living in one Baltimore County neighborhood are calling on officials to do something about Windsor Mill Road.
Wednesday night, people who live in the area met with police and highway officials.
They showed them a survey taken in September, in which most residents said the road is a very big problem.
Complaints include speeding drivers, noisy vehicles, deadly accidents, and even cars running into people's houses.
The meeting was just about starting a dialogue. It's not clear what the next step will be.
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