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Country Engineers Ask for Input on Three Mile Harbor Remake, and Hear: Roundabout, Roundabout, Roundabout

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Residents of East Hampton told Suffolk County engineers that a roundabout is needed to relieve chronic traffic congestion at the merge of Three Mile Harbor Road and Springs-Fireplace Road. Engineers said that they are still working on how to address the traffic problem at the merge as part of a major repaving of Three Mile Harbor Road coming in 2026 but that a roundabout is not currently in the list of considerations. DOUG KUNTZ

Residents of East Hampton told Suffolk County engineers that a roundabout is needed to relieve chronic traffic congestion at the merge of Three Mile Harbor Road and Springs-Fireplace Road. Engineers said that they are still working on how to address the traffic problem at the merge as part of a major repaving of Three Mile Harbor Road coming in 2026 but that a roundabout is not currently in the list of considerations. DOUG KUNTZ

Residents of East Hampton told Suffolk County engineers that a roundabout is needed to relieve chronic traffic congestion at the merge of Three Mile Harbor Road and Springs-Fireplace Road. Engineers said that they are still working on how to address the traffic problem at the merge as part of a major repaving of Three Mile Harbor Road coming in 2026 but that a roundabout is not currently in the list of considerations. DOUG KUNTZ

Residents of East Hampton told Suffolk County engineers that a roundabout is needed to relieve chronic traffic congestion at the merge of Three Mile Harbor Road and Springs-Fireplace Road. Engineers said that they are still working on how to address the traffic problem at the merge as part of a major repaving of Three Mile Harbor Road coming in 2026 but that a roundabout is not currently in the list of considerations. DOUG KUNTZ

Residents of East Hampton told Suffolk County engineers that a roundabout is needed to relieve chronic traffic congestion at the merge of Three Mile Harbor Road and Springs-Fireplace Road. Engineers said that they are still working on how to address the traffic problem at the merge as part of a major repaving of Three Mile Harbor Road coming in 2026 but that a roundabout is not currently in the list of considerations. DOUG KUNTZ

Residents of East Hampton told Suffolk County engineers that a roundabout is needed to relieve chronic traffic congestion at the merge of Three Mile Harbor Road and Springs-Fireplace Road. Engineers said that they are still working on how to address the traffic problem at the merge as part of a major repaving of Three Mile Harbor Road coming in 2026 but that a roundabout is not currently in the list of considerations. DOUG KUNTZ

Engineers from Suffolk County heard an earful last week from residents who use Three Mile Harbor Road, most of whom pleaded with them to construct a roundabout at the merge with Springs-Fireplace Road. MICHAEL WRIGHT

Engineers from Suffolk County heard an earful last week from residents who use Three Mile Harbor Road, most of whom pleaded with them to construct a roundabout at the merge with Springs-Fireplace Road. MICHAEL WRIGHT

Engineers from Suffolk County heard an earful last week from residents who use Three Mile Harbor Road, most of whom pleaded with them to construct a roundabout at the merge with Springs-Fireplace Road. MICHAEL WRIGHT

Engineers from Suffolk County heard an earful last week from residents who use Three Mile Harbor Road, most of whom pleaded with them to construct a roundabout at the merge with Springs-Fireplace Road. MICHAEL WRIGHT

Engineers from Suffolk County heard an earful last week from residents who use Three Mile Harbor Road, most of whom pleaded with them to construct a roundabout at the merge with Springs-Fireplace Road. MICHAEL WRIGHT

Engineers from Suffolk County heard an earful last week from residents who use Three Mile Harbor Road, most of whom pleaded with them to construct a roundabout at the merge with Springs-Fireplace Road. MICHAEL WRIGHT

authorMichael Wright on May 15, 2024
Engineers for Suffolk County asked East Hampton residents to voice their ideas for the remaking of Three Mile Harbor Road, where the county plans to begin work in 2027. They... more

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