Worst Intersections in the County
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Well ya' hafta hand it to the county. At least they are trying to solve intersection problems before they happen. I think the roundabouts are a good idea. The city waits until the tidal wave of development comes and then they install traffic lights after it's too late.

So, this opens the question of where are the worst intersections in Bulloch County? Name three and I'll start first.

1. Fair Road and Zetterower (for that matter, anything on Fair Road is a death trap).
2. Lester Road and Northside or Lovett and Northside (for that matter, anything on Northside).
3. Pulaski and the Bypass (blame DOT).

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gawalkman commented on Wednesday, Jun 04, 2014 at 17:10 PM

The intersection of Brannen & South Main (right there at 5 points)

The Gentilly, Grady, Savannah Ave interchange

South College and Grady St.

E Jones & Zetterower

Any place that has a left turning lane without a working left turn signal.

theflyonthewall commented on Wednesday, Jun 04, 2014 at 17:35 PM

The planned development along Pretoria Rushing Road near Burkhalter Road will guarantee endless traffic snarls and a bumper crop of fender benders. Local developers and " planners" are turning Bulloch county into a southern version of the San Fernando Valley in California--- not good and especially stupid because the future of Bulloch County can be read in the past by anyone who cares about such touchy-freely things such as quality of life or such hard to fathom ideas such as property values.

SgtFriday2 commented on Thursday, Jun 12, 2014 at 05:24 AM

Cypress Lake Rd and the bypass

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