A blind spot in Rock Island is causing some trouble for drivers.
The northbound lane on 20th street from 1st to 2nd avenue is now closed.
The new construction has the city being extra cautious.
"I've pulled out there a couple of times thinking I could get hit, just waiting for it to happen its dangerous," said Rock Island resident David Lannen.
"I do think it's dangerous with all the bus traffic down there and the congestion and then with the icy roads," said Rock Island resident Ashuan Thomas.
Some residents think the city doesn't need to get involved.
"There is no problem with that intersection if you go slow enough you can see the car at the intersections the building doesn't actually make it a dangerous turn," said Taylor Ridge resident Tom Geren.
But after receiving complaints, the city found the building did limit what drivers could, and couldn't see.
"The road there just has an odd curve in it and the building itself kind of wraps its way around the corner and together it just kind of limited the site distance," said Rock Island Public Works Director Randall Tweet.
The construction company has all the necessary permits.
The city says they did nothing wrong.
Another hurdle for the state is that the 1st avenue is owned by the state.
So the city will work with them to decide the best option.
"Possibly put signals at the intersection and make it a signal light that would be one option again that takes time and money," said Tweet.
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