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I wonder how all those retirees locating along NC 211 are going to enjoy hundreds of tractors and semi-trailers creating traffic jams along the entire length from Southport to Bolton? As a new traffic light gets installed at every new subdivision, the combination of hundreds of trucks, beach traffic, and traffic lights should mean that the sheriff will never need to set up the radar on 211. You likely won't get over twenty from May thru September. Freighliners pulling thirty tons aren't known for their amazing acceleration. NC 133 won't fare much better. Most trucks heading West will use 211, but the trucks heading North, South, and some heading West will be using NC 133 to get on I-40 and I-95. It will be just like living in Bayonne or Newark! Welcome home!

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