There is a follow-up meeting on the proposed changes to the Fort Hill/Ardsley Rd Intersection on Tuesday March 17th at 8PM in the EHS Cafeteria. The potential changes include adding a crosswalk and replacing the 4 way stop with a traffic signal. Greenburgh Town officials and the traffic consultants will be on hand to discuss. You can find the latest details on the proposed modifications here:
And the original traffic study performed by the consultants is available here:
This is an important issue for residents in all parts of Edgemont, so please come out and share your opinion.
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