Multiple Sampson County Intersections Becoming All-Way Stops

CLINTON – Multiple intersections in Sampson County will become all-way stops over the next two months.

The work is scheduled to take place at the following intersections:

May 1: N.C. 55 and Warren Mill Road
May 15: N.C. 242 and Harnett Church Road/ Rabbit Street
May 30: Bearskin Road and Zoar Church Road
June 12: N.C. 55 and Green Path Road
June 26: N.C. 242 and High House Road

On the dates listed above, the N.C. Department of Transportation will install pavement markings and stop signs. Drivers should use caution while crews are in the area.

These locations were chosen to become all-way stops based on a safety review and crash patterns.

All-way stops are an effective and cost-efficient way to improve the safety of an intersection and reduce the risk of serious crashes.


  1. You know they say it’s for “safety “ I’ve lived in meadow for almost 20 years. Theres never been a “bad “ wreck at 50 and woods cross roads rd . But a 4 way stop has been installed …. Now at. Drag strip rd and 242 there’s been numerous wrecks and several deaths. A mother and daughter killed even after the 4 way stop was installed on 50. But still no 4 way stop there . Just makes me wonder

    • We need to start a petition on this issue. There are other alternatives like reducing speed at intersections. I can’t decide if someone behind this has stock in a sign manufacturer, a construction business, or oil! It’s getting insane!

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