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Nags Head continues discussion on improving pedestrian safety

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Nags Head commissioners discussed pedestrian safety at length at the all-day commissioners meeting November 3.

Public works director Eric Claussen said that the request for lighted, pushbutton signs at Seachase Drive and S. Virginia Dare Trail has been submitted to NCDOT and is in progress.

Claussen then requested input from the board regarding the speed reduction in the Village –whether to reduce the speed now or to wait until a speed study can be conducted on the road (during peak travel times). Said the agenda summary,

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