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Does N.C. DOT plan to revise the intersection of Carolina Beach and Golden roads?

Ken Little
StarNews
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A traffic signal is planned to be installed at the intersection.

The N.C. Department of Transportation plans to construct a traffic signal at the intersection, by the new McDonald’s restaurant in the Masonboro Commons shopping center, 6400 Carolina Beach Road, Wilmington [Map this], spokeswoman Tammy Stewart said in June 2011. She said the work would start in a few months.

According to officials at The N.C. DOT, the signal is being placed due to the McDonald’s at Masonboro Commons Shopping Center adding additional traffic.

Unfortunately, a delay popped up.

The utilities at the corner of U.S. 421 and the shopping center access conflicted with the signal pole foundations placement. The shopping center had to give N.C. DOT right of way to place the concrete foundations, but the land was owned by several entities and had to be signed over and recorded by the county before construction could begin.

In November 2011, the developer had all the signatures and expected to have the signal placed and running by Jan. 1,2012, according to N.C. DOT officials.


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One Response to “ Does N.C. DOT plan to revise the intersection of Carolina Beach and Golden roads?”

  1. On November 23, 2011 at 7:01 pm Jim Ware wrote:

    This answer was updated on Nov. 23, 2011, by Justin W. Pope.



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