Work to relieve the train versus traffic tie-ups in Greenville means one railroad crossing is shutting down, for good.
Greenville City officials say the railroad crossing on South Pitt Street, located between 14th Street and Wyatt Street in Greenville will be permanently closed, as of Monday.
This section of South Pitt Street will no longer function as a through street. The reason, crews are starting on the new rail connecting track. Officials say drivers will be able to use Beatty Street and Evans Street for access to Howell Street and 14th Street.