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Why not close the drive between Golden Corral and the AT&T store on New Centre Drive?

Ken Little
StarNews

The N.C. Department of Transportation “allows every adjacent parcel adequate access to and from our road system,” department spokeswoman Tammy Stewart said.

“The department is monitoring the safety concerns in this area,” she added.

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3 Responses to “ Why not close the drive between Golden Corral and the AT&T store on New Centre Drive?”

  1. On April 9, 2011 at 9:24 am Adam wrote:

    This intersection is very dangerous. While the state may not close the intersection, I wonder if they would consider making this entrance a right in/right out intersection. Cars turning left into this shopping center from New Centre usually cannot use the center turn lane because there are too many cars waiting to turn left on College Road from New Centre. Cars then stop in the middle of the New Centre thru lanes waiting for someone to let them turn in. Trying to see around three lanes of cars to make a safe left turn is very difficult and not safe.

    Adding these restrictions would not cause too much trouble to this shopping center since there are several access points in from College, New Centre and even Randall Parkway.

  2. On April 9, 2011 at 12:34 pm D wrote:

    While I pass it all the time, it’s been years since I’ve been in that shopping center. What is the issue? What safety concerns?

  3. On April 22, 2011 at 1:53 pm Terry wrote:

    Just had the third wreck sence this post involving 8 cars. Hope the monitoring is going well.



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