You may already avoid them, or just cringe upon approach. But, bad intersections are just a part of life on the road here in Southern California.
This week, of Pacific Coast Highway and Chautauqua Boulevard was the worst interchange in town.
"It's overcrowded to the point that I take Temescal instead even if going into Santa Monica," said Palisadian Bob Peitzke . "People from the left lane, that is only allowed to take the sharp left up West Channel, crowd in on cars in the right lane to get out onto PCH southbound, causing danger of collisions, delays, and frustration."
Peitzke went on to say that the intersection could use larger signs showing the allowed turns.
While PCH at Chautauqua took 80 percent of the votes, PCH at Sunset Boulevard took the second spot with 20 percent of the votes.
"I take a deep breath every time I pass through," said Duke Hesby when nominating the PCH and Sunset intersection. "I've seen more crashes there than on Wall Street."
Another reader, Ken Burnham said, "I was visiting a friend in the Palisades and we were rear ended at that very intersection."
Even former Malibu Patch Editor Jonathan Friedman chimed in.
"If the issue is danger, Sunset/PCH has no equal," said Friedman who now oversees Attleboro-Seekonk Patch in Massachusetts.