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Will the speed limit of Wrightsville Avenue be lowered from 45 to 35 mph from Greenville Avenue to Oleander Drive?

Ken Little
StarNews

Q. Will the speed limit of Wrightsville Avenue be lowered from 45 to 35 mph in the section currently under construction from Greenville Avenue to Oleander Drive once the widening project is complete?

A. In a word, no.

The state Department of Transportation “does not have any plans to reduce the current posted speed limit,” said Robert Vause, Division 3 maintenance engineer of the DOT’s Division of Highways.

“If warranted, changes can be considered in the future,” Vause said.

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