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July 19, 2012 10:25 AM

Officials pleased with Harrodsburg's double-crossover diamond; more in planning stages

Since the Harrodsburg Road double-crossover diamond, which eliminates left turns across traffic, was completed late last year, the number of crashes in the area has decreased 42 percent, according to officials. And although morning and afternoon rush-hour traffic in the area has increased by 30 percent, overall traffic congestion there has eased considerably, they say.

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