With stop signs at four of the five corners, drivers turning onto Sayers or 111th Avenue often get caught in the middle of the intersection.
Hoping to make the intersection safer, residents say they have been trying for years to get the city to put up a traffic light, but so far nothing has happened.
The Department of Transportation says it evaluated the intersection last year and no changes were recommended -- something the Brinkerhoff Action Association says it was unaware of after sending several emails to the DOT's Queens Commissioner about the light.
"We have gotten a response from her very seldomly and she has never attended one of our meetings," said Brinkerhoff Action Association President Irving Hicks.
When NY1 reached out to the DOT we were told the last accident at the intersection was in August 2007. No one got hurt, but the agency is planning to revisit the intersection this fall at the community's request.
The DOT is also expected to attend the upcoming meeting of the Brinkerhoff Action Association to discuss its efforts at the intersection.