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Will the DOT put a traffic signal at Green Meadows Drive and Market Street?

Ken Little
StarNews

Q. The DOT or the city has been making intersection improvements and marking turn lanes at Green Meadows Drive and Market Street. Does this mean they are finally going to install the approved traffic signals that we have been requesting for years?

A. A traffic signal should be in place soon at the intersection, said Jessi Booker, N.C. Department of Transportation Division 3 deputy traffic engineer.

“There is a signal being installed at the intersection of U.S. 17 Business (Market Street) and Green Meadows Drive,” Booker said.

“It is expected that this signal will be fully operational by the beginning of June,” she said.

A signal at the intersection was approved by the N.C. DOT following a traffic study in 2008, but funding issues held up installation.

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