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Traffic patterns could change in one LaGrange neighborhood

LaGrange, GA (WRBL) - LaGrange residents might soon be seeing some changes on city streets.

LaGrange city council members addressed several traffic related concerns on Tuesday, March 12.

The council took the first step toward banning large trucks on Grady Street.

Residents there have expressed concern about 18-wheelers driving through the area and near Troup Street.

Also, LaGrange Police are installing cameras through the area of Troup Street to collect information for a survey.

Among other items, LaGrange Police are conducting a traffic study which could lead to some speed bump installations.

They're also looking at security lighting in the area.

The city also announced it will install three city street lights powered by LED bulbs to help reduce energy costs.

 


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