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Old 08-28-2007, 09:40 AM
 
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So, I know that school started up again but what's the deal with the incredible traffic on Leesville Rd between Harrington Grove and 540? It wasn't this bad when school was in before the summer holiday. Is it due to the construction of the new school? But it doesn't seem like trucks are entering and leaving at that time of the morning. Does anyone have any information or idea whether it's going to get better? Thanks!
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Old 10-27-2007, 06:38 AM
 
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Dear Susan:
Your concern with Leesville traffic will soon become shocking. One reason for the increased traffic is the expanded population as depicted by the new Centex neighborhood just beyond the Citgo gas station. The other influx is the mass exodous of the folks when they leave mass at the Franciscan church. The city is planning to four lane Leesville and that is a done deal - so it's gunna get harry. You can view the plan on the net by going to the Wake gov web site. Thirdly - slowly but surely, the RTP crowd is growing and learning that you can use Leesville to "take the back roads" especially if Alexander drive is your exit. I have to take a left across all that stuff to leave my neighborhood so you can imagine how I feel.

When the school gets going and the road is four laned, it's going to be a highway - in about 3 to 4 years. I was here when all this was farm land - speaking of which - the farm across the Citgo will eventually get sold and that's when your going to feel like moving.
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