The new traffic pattern at the intersection of N.C. 55 and Avent Ferry Road is designed to allow more green light time for left turns off Avent Ferry onto N.C. 55 headed north and allow cars headed south on N.C. 55 to turn right on Avent Ferry Road without stopping.
The new traffic pattern at the intersection of N.C. 55 and Avent Ferry Road is designed to allow more green light time for left turns off Avent Ferry onto N.C. 55 headed north and allow cars headed south on N.C. 55 to turn right on Avent Ferry Road without stopping. Courtesy of Town of Holly Springs
The new traffic pattern at the intersection of N.C. 55 and Avent Ferry Road is designed to allow more green light time for left turns off Avent Ferry onto N.C. 55 headed north and allow cars headed south on N.C. 55 to turn right on Avent Ferry Road without stopping. Courtesy of Town of Holly Springs

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