The 41st Street and 129th East Avenue intersection's traffic volume had grown over the years to the extent that a widening project was necessary. The intersection was included in the 1991 sales tax, and the project was built in 1998-99. The project involved widening the intersection to four lanes on each approach plus left- and right-turn lanes. Traffic flow is much improved at the intersection. This intersection also is surrounded by two-lane roads. That, however, will change within a few years, as a 2001 sales tax project will widen 129th East Avenue to five lanes between 41st and 49th streets. This project likely will be built in the mid 2000s. Photograph taken August 2003.
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