Grassy median part of new Greenwood entryway



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The recently completed section of Whiteland Road is two lanes with a grass median that can be graded and repaved to become four lanes if needed. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal


The recently completed section of Whiteland Road is two lanes with a grass median that can be graded and repaved to become four lanes if needed. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal


A strip of trees and grass will greet residents and visitors coming off Interstate 65 when a new entrance into Greenwood is finished.

The now two-lane Worthsville Road is being redesigned into a four-lane entryway, with a landscaped median separating the traffic buzzing east and west, in and out of the city from U.S. 31 to I-65. The plan is new to Greenwood but not to other areas of the state and nation. In Hamilton County, boulevard-style roads are common on four-lane streets.

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