Good morning, all.
Judging by traffic conditions of the past two hours, today is going to be a tough day on the Southern Shores residential roads.
I am not going to monitor the traffic today on Hickory Trail and East Dogwood Trail, as I often do, because I anticipate dedicating next weekend—when we have a no-left-turn weekend in effect—to traffic surveillance and reporting.
If today’s traffic becomes what I termed hideous and despicable two weeks ago, I probably will feel compelled to write something. But, generally speaking, I’m going to leave comments to others who would like to report on conditions they’re experiencing—as well as to commiserate with others in town.
Please feel free to comment on the Beacon blog and the Facebook page and to send photographs of traffic conditions near you. Please send your photos to me, with a note about the time they were taken and the exact location, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you. I wish you a safe and stress-free Saturday.
2 thoughts on “6/27/20: ANOTHER SATURDAY OF CUT-THROUGH TRAFFIC.”
Heavy on Hillcrest Dr already. We don’t usually have the visitors that are leaving cut through but we did notice a heavy flow early this morning. Hunkered down & staying home.
Yes they started to come on wax Myrtle at 8:30. Just traffic no backup yet
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