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Solutions sought in rectifying traffic backups in Meredith
On Thursday, a committee set up earlier this year by the selectmen to study the problem at the intersection of routes 3 and 25 will meet with state Department of Transportation officials in hopes of selecting one of several solutions proposed for the problem, which has been studied for more than a decade by state and local officials without a solution.
Traffic flows through Meredith have been slowed by the intersection for decades. Now, when eastbound traffic headed for Center Harbor, Moultonborough, Ossipee and other towns is forced through Meredith in a single lane that turns at the traffic light, making entering the town on a busy summer weekend difficult.
A better, cheaper proposal may be a two-lane bridge, Kahn said.
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