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What is the speed limit on Wrightsville Avenue in the Cape Fear Hospital area?

Ken Little
StarNews

Q. What is the speed limit on Wrightsville Avenue in the Cape Fear Hospital area? As you head toward downtown from the beach, you see three signs close to each other, two indicating 35, one 25.

A. The posted speed limit on Wrightsville Avenue in front of Cape Fear Hospital is 35 mph.

“There is a hospital warning sign with a 25 mph advisory speed for the hospital entrance,” said Tammy Stewart, N.C. Department of Transportation spokeswoman.

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