Operation Traffic Signal – 30,000 Views and Growing
James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital
UPDATED JANUARY 2020
Hillsborough County has just provided an update (16 January 2020) on OTS. See update on the below petition site. If you have already signed, please forward this Email to your friends and colleagues. Help keep this James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital / Hillsborough County project on top, 24/7!
Active duty wounded and injured are treated at this Veterans’ Hospital.
Nearly 800 people have signed this free safety petition to help make this dangerous intersection safer. Just Google ” Go Petition @ Remove the Danger.” Also, click on “Signatures” and suggest reading signer comments 312, 409, 410, 491, 578 and 748. Your comments would be greatly appreciated. Also, signers 215 and 421 pertain to the lack of modern streetlights. See petition map, signers are from around the world.
FOIA Response – James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital: “In FY 17, Tampa/673 treated patients from 66 of Florida’s counties, all 50 US states plus D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam, and the US Virgin Islands, as well as seven countries outside of the US and its territories (Nicaragua, Singapore, Austria, Costa Rica, Poland, Qatar, Saint Christopher/St. Kitts And Nevis).”
This intersection is on Tampa’s Bruce B. Downs Blvd at the intersection of the University of South Florida, James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital and iQ Luxury Student Apartments. To see videos of this intersection, go to YouTube and search “Sawallesh.”
Over 36,000 web site and YouTube views. Help expedite traffic signals, crosswalk signals, turning lanes and modern streetlights by signing this free petition. You may sign anonymously. Thank you!
Operation Traffic Signal
by Robert F. Sawallesh, US Army, Retired, Vietnam Veteran, 9th Infantry Division
Signer 748: “AMAZING hospital, TERRIBLE traffic situation. I have seen many near accidents at this intersection!”
Signer 491 quote: “One of the worst, most dangerous entry/exits to a hospital I’ve ever had to use. I must visit 2 to 3 times a month, and it is certainly unsafe. Please fix it!”
FOIA Response – James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital: “In FY 17, Tampa/673 treated patients from 66 of Florida’s counties, all 50 US states plus D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam, and the US Virgin Islands, as well as seven countries outside of the US and its territories (NICARAGUA, SINGAPORE, AUSTRIA, COSTA RICA, POLAND, QATAR, SAINT CHRISTOPHER/St. KITTS AND NEVIS).”
Help put this traffic signal project on FAST TRACK. Civilians, Veterans and Military are urged to sign this free petition, anonymously if you like, Google < Go Petition @ Remove the Danger >