A silver Honda exiting Windmill Harbour into the westbound lanes and a gray Mercedes try to cross the eastbound lanes to enter the development wait in the median of William Hilton Parkway for a break in the traffic on Thursday afternoon. Work should begin in two weeks on a long-awaited traffic project that is expected to make driving into and out of Windmill Harbour a little easier.
A silver Honda exiting Windmill Harbour into the westbound lanes and a gray Mercedes try to cross the eastbound lanes to enter the development wait in the median of William Hilton Parkway for a break in the traffic on Thursday afternoon. Work should begin in two weeks on a long-awaited traffic project that is expected to make driving into and out of Windmill Harbour a little easier. Staff photo
A silver Honda exiting Windmill Harbour into the westbound lanes and a gray Mercedes try to cross the eastbound lanes to enter the development wait in the median of William Hilton Parkway for a break in the traffic on Thursday afternoon. Work should begin in two weeks on a long-awaited traffic project that is expected to make driving into and out of Windmill Harbour a little easier. Staff photo

Windmill Harbour traffic project could help ease the blind dash across US 278

May 07, 2015 05:58 PM

UPDATED May 07, 2015 06:07 PM

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