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Why was the intersection at Lennon and Ringo made a four-way stop?

Cecil Hester
StarNews
If you had a ticket to ride all the way to Penny Lane, you’d have to stop at the intersection of Lennon and Ringo drives. StarNews photo by Si Cantwell.

If you had a ticket to ride all the way to Penny Lane, you’d have to stop at the intersection of Lennon and Ringo drives. StarNews photo by Si Cantwell.

The overall traffic volumes and the fact that neither street is dominant (it varies throughout the day), support the need for some form of multi-way stop, according to Dylan Lee, the city’s GTV8 Station Manager and a spokesman.

While a roundabout would be ideal, development on the western side prevents the installation of a roundabout and a four-way stop is the best available solution.

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