by The Dickinson Press
January 28, 2011 at 6:00 pm in The Dickinson Press
A bustling Highway 22 could see major safety improvements this summer, roughly $2.5 million worth, dependant on state and federal funding. Continue Reading
Tags: Highway 22, Road Construction 1 Comment »
It will be nice so see some improvements that will improve safety and that is extremely important but what I would really like to see are some changes on 22 in the city limits…for instance the stop light situation is completely unacceptable. Traffic flow needs to be controlled better… Try getting onto the interstate at 7-45 am…it takes 5-10 minutes to turn onto the interstate west bound lane. Traffic during peak hours is terrible. It is the same getting off after 5. I have tried several routes to get to exit 59 but driving through town takes longer from my house so I still end up taking the hwy 22 exit. Just my 2 cents work. Take it with a grain of salt.
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