Mayor Rich David’s office says the newly added stop signs improve the safety of the intersection along with the crosswalks and parking lines for parking on the street. The city of Binghamton added stop signs to Grand Boulevard at the intersection of Crestmont Road Wednesday. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The intersection of Grand Boulevard and Crestmont Road is now an all-way stop. “We’ll continue to work with residents, the Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study and West Side Councilwoman Sophia Resciniti on long-term safety improvements on Grand Boulevard,” said Mayor David in an official press release sent to 12 News. The mayor’s office says 16 car accidents happened at the intersection in a five-year period. They say over 5,600 vehicles pass through the intersection a day.