To the Daily Sun,
For decades now ideas have been knocked down that could help the Route 3/25 intersection (in Meredith). The state has appropriated less and less money over time, since no solutions have been accepted.
My suggestion is to do the project in pieces and re-evaluate after each section is completed.
First, I would make a dedicated right-turn lane on Route 25 toward Route 3 north. This would involve taking an old vacant store only.
Next, I would extend Barnard Ridge Road (with a traffic light) across Route 25 all the way to the Meredith transfer station. Think of how so many people driving from Center Harbor and Meredith could benefit with this.
Then, I would activate the traffic signal opposite the Irving/RiteAid stores. This would hold up the traffic from Moultonborough so that cars could more easily come out of Hannafords and Dunkin Donuts.
Also, a no-right-turn on red at Route 3 onto Route 25 would help the cars coming out of Pleasant Street.
After all this is done we would re-evaluate.
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