The intersection of Lee Street and Main Street saw some renovations in late 2012, but many citizens have called The Outlook with reports that some cars are still not navigating the intersection correctly. The changes added a dedicated turning lane in which drivers are free to turn right on red as long as the coast is clear. As an added reminder, Bibb Street also saw some changes recently and now has both left and right turn lanes. | Austin Nelson
The intersection of Lee Street and Main Street saw some renovations in late 2012, but many citizens have called The Outlook with reports that some cars are still not navigating the intersection correctly. The changes added a dedicated turning lane in which drivers are free to turn right on red as long as the coast is clear. As an added reminder, Bibb Street also saw some changes recently and now has both left and right turn lanes. | Austin Nelson

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Right on red

Published 10:51am Thursday, September 5, 2013

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