Banks, Construction, Traffic

Online open house for traffic signal proposal at north end of Banks accepting comments through May 31

Image of the project courtesy Washington County LUT

The most complex intersection in Banks, located at the north end of town, has been eyed for a redesign for years — an open house was held in Banks in December of 2017 to explore three design options — and plans are firming up to tackle the complex project. 

Currently, the intersection consists of a four-way stop, and adjacent to it, a crossing guard for the railroad that also crosses Banks Road. 

“We expect the number of vehicles using this intersection to more than double by 2040. Without improvements, traffic queues and wait times will cause long delays,” a description on an online open house launched by Washington County Land Use & . . .

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