Route 20 intersection ideas debated in Union
UNION – Advocates of a traffic signal at Harmony Road and Route 20 were told it would require more money and property than the traffic circle the state put on hold last summer after nearly 300 residents expressed outrage that they were not consulted about the intersection.
More than 200 residents turned out for a public meeting Tuesday at Village Hall Banquets for a comparison between a traffic signal and a roundabout. State transportation officials expect to make a decision on the configuration of the intersection in early spring.
“Both options make the intersection better than what it is today,” said Peter Harment, transportation District 1 programming chief. “We are going to gather all this input and see where we are going to go with this.”
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