Barricades are going up in Greenville in an effort to keep a heavily traveled road safe. The new barricades along Evans Street are just one way transportation officials are trying to prevent accidents, especially when motorists are leaving the neighborhood. The barricades are in front of South Hall. Greenville police said a number of minor accidents have happened there and one officer gave 12 tickets one afternoon because its such a problem area. Residents of South Hall also complained about not being able to leave the neighborhood when its busy, and officials agreed with them. Officials said there are still many other problem areas on our roadways, and that barricades like these could pop up on other streets.
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