The intersection of Main Street and Route 14 in Gloucester Court House will take on a different look once a Virginia Department of Transportation project is developed.
VDOT personnel held an informational session last week to inform the public of details of the plan to reconfigure the intersection, which would create additional turn lanes toward Route 14.
Twenty-six individuals, many of whom are residents of nearby areas such as Ware House Road, attended the two-hour event in the historic courthouse on June 5.
The project would add turn lanes towards Route 14, making those portions of the intersection three lanes instead of two. Those turning left or right onto Route 14 from Main Street or 17 Business would be affected by the new pattern.
Additionally, traffic in the right lane travelling from Route 14 toward Main Street would now have the option to turn left, stay straight, or turn right, meaning travelers from that direction will need to stay in their own lane as they enter the i...
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