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Highway 123 Traffic Safety Improvements

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This petition has been moved. Signatures added to the petition located here on will not be collected again. If you signed this petition before Thursday, March 12, 2009, we have your signatures. If you would still like to sign the petition, please go to and check under Links to sign the petition. Thank you. As citizens of Guadalupe County, we have great concern about the "extremely dangerous" stretch of Highway 123 in which we must travel on. (Hays County Line to FM 1101) With the traffic of local residents combined with tractor-trailers, local school buses and commuters traveling from IH 10 in Seguin to IH 35 in San Marcos the volume of traffic traveling at a high speed is creating a dangerous community. There are multiple intersecting roads, entrances to neighborhood subdivisions as well as a major local convenience store throughout this stretch. The large amount of traffic entering and exiting on to the highway without any safe turning lane is a terrible hazard. There have been several accidents throughout this area resulting in severe injuries and even death. This petition is a request to have turn lanes added as well as a reduction to the speed limit or any other safety recommendation from TxDot to this stretch of highway. These changes will help create a safer community for us and those journeying through this stretch of Texas. Since safety is an issue that affects everyone, please sign this petition in show of support. Safety issues that need to be considered: 1. More turn lanes which would help prevent future accidents 2. Adequate shoulders so when there is a car turning the cars behind them have someway to go other than straight into the back of them 3. Reductions in speed limit 4. Adding of traffic signals at heavy traveled intersections


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