Improving safety and traffic flow by reducing long waits for vehicles held up by trains is the goal behind a new connector railroad track in Greenville.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation says construction on the connector near the intersection of Fourteenth and Beatty streets will begin in September.
The connector will eliminate difficult train movements between Arlington Boulevard and Howell street and provide a direct north-to-east connection for rail traffic in downtown Greenville.
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