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Kenneson: Why Walton County’s traffic won’t get better

Posted: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 12:00 am

Walton County is about to spend a lot of money on roads.

Transportation improvements were the top priority in the 2018 Special Local Option Sales Tax project package, with every local government agreeing to frontload road fixes over the five-year timeframe of the SPLOST.

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  • foodforthought posted at 4:59 pm on Sun, Jul 28, 2019.

    foodforthought Posts: 5

    Suggestion, First, a good start might be keeping large trucks out of downtown. They are generally moving above the posted speed limit and when coming to a stop using loud jake brakes. Secondly, routing large trucks from the highway such as Hwy 11 N. to Bold Springs road to Hwy 316 is unsafe. Keep the large trucks on the highway 11 to Hwy 316. and off the rural roads.


     

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