'Joiners Square is a nightmare, I try to avoid it whenever possible'
Elaine Ellerton, aged 52, of Stoke, said: "I work at Npower, so I know how bad Joiners Square can be. It is a nightmare so I am not surprised that the council has plans for it.
"I try to avoid it whenever possible. I would like to see something done about the traffic."
Andrew Lloyd, aged 30, from Etruria, said: "The problem is not the location but the drivers.
A lot of people don't know how to use a roundabout correctly which can be very dangerous. The council needs to look at reducing the traffic. I would like to see what they have planned."
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Dave Rogerson, aged 69, from Baddeley Green, said: "I worked on the motorways for a long time and I do not think there are particularly bad spots for accidents.
"But the traffic can be bad at rush hour which causes problems throughout the city."
Sandy Ashley, aged 49, from Middlewich, said: "The A500 is really bad. Coming off the roundabout on to the A53 can be quite dangerous, and the roads around Hanley are too busy. It is definitely a blackspot. I hope the council will look into how to improve the flow of traffic."
Michael Gibbons, aged 54, from Cobridge, said: "The traffic can be awful but you don't see too many smashes around residential areas. I am quite shocked by the amount that there have been. I think road safety has definitely improved over the last few years."