A vehicle crash Wednesday morning involving a tractor-trailer has resulted in "at least one" fatality according to Lieutenant Charles Caplinge…
Search / 8 results found Showing: 8 of 8
The developers of a new retail development off Highway 31 at Wilkes Lane aim to convince city officials to alter an access management policy in hopes of installing a new traffic signal and stopping a right-in, right-out concrete island from going in at the Wilkes Lane intersection.
While Spring Hill’s leaders hope to widen the city’s two-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 31 to five lanes as soon as possible, their counterparts at the Town of Thompson’s Station have different plans for their part of the major north-south corridor.
City officials are currently considering the concerns of various local business owners and property developers on Main Street (U.S. Highway 31) who oppose planned right-in, right-out concrete islands at two key intersections on the corridor.
City leaders displayed the design plans for nine new, fully-funded projects planned for Main Street (U.S. Highway 31) that aim to collectively reduce congestion on Spring Hill’s busiest thoroughfare.
Spring Hill residents got their first look at a potential five-lane widening of U.S. Highway 31.
City officials will display the plans for various roadway improvements at intersections along Main Street (U.S. Highway 31) on Monday night.
City consultants presented plans for various roadway improvements at intersections along Main Street (U.S. Highway 31) at Tuesday’s Board of Mayor and Alderman work session. More public meetings are planned before the work begins, however.