Greenwood Proposes Interesting Fix for Traffic Congestion Issue
Greenwood residents, and those who work or commute through the area will hopefully see some positive traffic changes in the near future if a proposal to make an interesting fix passes.
According to the Indy Star, a modified “Michigan left, ” which will eliminate left turns onto the busy state road by using two roundabouts, is proposed for the busy intersection.
“When you use a dual roundabout, you’re not stopping traffic,” Mayor Mark Myers reportedly said. “You don’t have to worry about the cross traffic and stop light maintenance.”
If this measure is implemented, there will be no more left turns for Smith Valley drivers heading to Ind. 135. According to the Indy Star, Vehicles will travel straight through the intersection to a roundabout where they double back and make a right turn.
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