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By sandbagger2
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By eriknben10
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25 out of the 36 cars avoided the light at Bridgewater and Concord.
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By norton
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One would think it obvious that this area of the County has been simply over developed. Housing developments, industrial parks, stores, Etc. have over taxed the road system. This seems oblivious to the sorts that have direction and control over such development. Traffic backup at various intersections are simply ridicules at certain times of the day . Dutton's Mill was backed up from 452 to the Iceworks entrance the other early evening. Concord Rd at 261 is at times extreme , to the point that a U turn is best.
But development of any open land is the law of the land it seems.
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By norton
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One would think it obvious that this area of the County has been simply over developed. Housing developments, industrial parks, stores, Etc. have over taxed the road system. This seems oblivious to the sorts that have direction and control over such development. Traffic backup at various intersections are simply ridicules at certain times of the day . Dutton's Mill was backed up from 452 to the Iceworks entrance the other early evening. Concord Rd at 261 is at times extreme , to the point that a U turn is best.
In reality the entire road system in this area simple was developed for the Mills of the area. They simply wind around and up and down the hills. We do not have a Chester Pike or MacDade Blvd or Rt 1 .

But development of any open land is the law of the land it seems.
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By Wrench97
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The obvious answer would be to fix the light/intersection at Bridgewater and Concord but I'm sure our traffic study officer will take the opportunity to add more stop signs , just has been done for every other complaint and call it traffic calming(the latest and greatest term/excuse for adding stop signs ).
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By Phaedrus
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One would think it obvious that this area of the County has been simply over developed. Housing developments, industrial parks, stores, Etc. have over taxed the road system. This seems oblivious to the sorts that have direction and control over such development. Traffic backup at various intersections are simply ridicules at certain times of the day . Dutton's Mill was backed up from 452 to the Iceworks entrance the other early evening. Concord Rd at 261 is at times extreme , to the point that a U turn is best.
In reality the entire road system in this area simple was developed for the Mills of the area. They simply wind around and up and down the hills. We do not have a Chester Pike or MacDade Blvd or Rt 1 .

But development of any open land is the law of the land it seems.
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By eriknben10
#492265
Stinky Pete wrote:Next week is 2018. When are the 2016 traffic circles coming?


5-7 years unless the President can roll back a few of the crazy regulations that are just overlapping menaces.