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It is way past time for a light to be installed at this intersection
The City of Raleigh recently completed a traffic signal study at the intersection of Creedmoor Road / Morgans Way. This study includes analyzing 24 hour vehicular volumes, a recent crash history, and a field investigation. Guidelines used in the study are from the Federal Highway Administration’s Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and this manual contains nationally standardized criteria for the consideration of the installation of traffic signals.
Recent 24 hour vehicular volumes show that the intersection of Creedmoor Road / Morgans Way satisfies three of the traffic signal volume or delay warrant thresholds for the consideration of the installation of traffic signals. A recent crash history indicates that there has been only one reported crash of the type which might be considered correctable by the installation of traffic signals within the most recent 12 month study period. A field investigation indicates that there are other points of egress onto Creedmoor Road from Morgans Way on the east and west sides of the intersection where vehicles can enter Creedmoor Road at an existing signalized intersection.
Based on this study, the City of Raleigh is not recommending the installation of traffic signals for the intersection of Creedmoor Road at Morgans Way at this time. Creedmoor Road is part of the North Carolina Department of Transportation highway system; therefore, any modifications to this intersection will need their approval. A copy of the study will be sent to NCDOT for their review and records. For further inquiries, please contact Jeremy Potter at 996-3020 or via email at email@example.com.
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