This intersection is currently a two-way stop, with stop signs only in place on Old Beulah Road. The DOT determined the intersection should be converted to a four-way stop after an investigation found that traffic volumes and other factors warranted installing stop signs on N.C. 96.
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In addition to installing stop signs, crews will paint stop bars on the road to show motorists where to stop. On-site flagmen will control traffic through the intersection while work is underway.