Semi-trucks cause concern as they drive through Lebanon Public Square

LEBANON, Tenn. (WKRN) – The downtown square in Lebanon was re-designed in October 2014 at the cost of one million dollars to make it safer for pedestrians.
Before the renovations, the Public Square was once a roundabout where citizens parked inside the circle and had to cross outside to get to neighboring businesses.
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After a few people were hit by cars and numerous wrecks happened, city leaders teamed with the Tennessee Department of Transportation to re-design the circle so that parking was on the periphery, closest to retail shops.
While that worked for pedestrians, it created a new problem that has 18-wheelers

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