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Speak Out: What are the Worst Intersections In Lilburn?

We're reaching out to readers to see where those most troublesome spots are.

Sure, there are only two main road running through the Lilburn area: U.S. Highway 78 and U.S. Highway 29.

But, those roads -- also known as Stone Mountain Highway and Lawrenceville Highway -- are some of the most traveled roads in Gwinnett County.

Add to that the numerous intersections on the road, the number of businesses and the many U-turns that folks have to make, things can get pretty dicey.

We're reaching out to readers to see where the worst intersections are in the area. They may be dangerous, or they may have lights that appear to hold too long.

Whatever it is, we'd like to know your thoughts.

You may tell us what you think in the comment section, or add those troublesome spots to our Gwinnett Patch map.

Jamal W. Liverpool March 01, 2013 at 12:16 PM
Mary Street and Pleasant Hill Rd nw. I've seen so many terrible accidents there I wish the county or state would make turning lights on green only and get rid of the "proceed with caution" feeling.
Janet Bowers March 01, 2013 at 12:22 PM
The intersection of Killian Hill Rd. And Arcado Road.
Rebecca March 01, 2013 at 02:57 PM
Killian Hill / Hwy 29: major inconvenience when turning right (North) onto Hwy 29 at Boston Market - no turn lane, it is covered in lines so now you have to wait for traffic light and the long line of cars at the traffic light
Jan Mayheu March 01, 2013 at 04:21 PM
Killian Hill and Five Forks. People racing up the right lane to cut people off when the lane ends.

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