“Traffic would have to be redistributed without Exit 4A,” he said.
Planning Board member John Laferriere asked why Gilcreast Road wasn’t figured in with Hovey and Harvey for Exit 4A planning. He asked to see some traffic impact numbers for that road as well.
“I think Gilcreast is also a major component,” Laferriere said.
Kevin Dandrake of TEC acknowledged Gilcreast Road could be affected, but engineers only studied the northern most roads.
“And Gilcreast will see significantly more traffic than those,” he said.
Resident Jack Falvey questioned the traffic numbers. He said once it’s all said and done, there could be 3,000 vehicles in Woodmont’s 600 acres for residents and business owners.
“People tend to drive their vehicles almost every day,” Falvey said.
Woodmont officials said more information is coming.
Developers will give more updates at the Planning Board meeting May 8.