YARMOUTH, N.S. –
So shut and but to this point.
Motorists utilizing Freeway 101 towards Hebron Enterprise Park can see their vacation spot inside 500 toes of the freeway once they move by.
If they’re heading to Yarmouth, as soon as they get there they must take a roundabout highway to the enterprise park by means of the north finish of city, Dayton and a part of Hebron.
In a letter dated 23 December to the mayor of Yarmouth, Pam Temper, the director of Yarmouth, Leland Anthony, requested for assist with a site visitors research by Nova Scotia Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (TIR), concerning an interchange at chemin Greenville on route 101.
The town and city of Yarmouth have each dedicated to attracting a brand new employer to interchange Internet.com, which is positioned within the enterprise park and employs almost 200. The corporate introduced on the finish of final 12 months that it deliberate to shut its operation in Hebron in mid-2020. .
"Tenants at (Hebron Enterprise Park) continually level out answer to routing site visitors for higher entry to the park from Freeway 101 would considerably enhance operational dynamics for them," says Anthony. "Internet.com has particularly said this repeatedly over the previous few years that an interchange at Greenville Street could be a welcome answer."
Anthony factors out that the site visitors volumes of the town of Yarmouth on the primary corridors resulting in and thru the town are placing important strain on native infrastructure.
"This undertaking would assist scale back a few of this congestion, particularly heavy truck site visitors," he says.
At its January 22 assembly of your entire assembly, the Metropolis of Yarmouth accepted a movement to assist the request for a site visitors research from TIR. Motions adopted in committee of all conferences should once more be accepted at a board assembly.