New stop signs installed on Commons Avenue

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – New stop signs will be installed at the intersection of Seaboard Street and Commons Avenue.

When drivers exit off of US 17 into the Seaboard Commons area, where Target and Lowe's are located, they will have to stop for those driving on Seaboard Street.

Currently, only vehicles on Seaboard Street must stop for traffic on Commons Avenue.

On March 17, a four-way stop will be installed – temporarily – so drivers on Commons Avenue have time to adjust.

At the end of the month, the four-way stop will become a two-way stop. Drivers on Seaboard Street will get the go-ahead and drivers on the Commons Avenue will get the stop signs.

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