Reactions are mixed among shoppers and retailers in Downtown Lexington
as Town Hall intends to begin work on a
long-term plan to make stretches of Lake Drive and Church Street one-way streets. Common
in big cities like Charleston, one-way streets may improve traffic flow
in heavily congested areas, but many are worried that the change will
be confusing for motorists and are anticipating a “massive headache.”
Despite the mixed reactions, the $1.9 million plan is expected to double traffic capacity on each street, improving traffic flow and increasing mobility. According to tallies by state transportation officials, average daily traffic is 17,000 vehicles on Main Street, 3,500 on Church Street, and 12,500 on Lake Drive.
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