Having those big orange barrels is a GOOD idea; it is a good reminder of the two-way traffic. To those in charge of this project, I give you a shout of cheer for helping us idiots.
Now onto the bad side. To all of those who think that two days is a good indicator of future performance: just wait, the stupidity of ourselves and our neighbors will show up in the end. (I am including myself in that everbody category)
As noticed Monday, Sulphur Springs residents still do not get the concept of an all-way stop, much less stop signs in general. Of the four times I went across from Church St to Gilmer and back, there was at least one car per my trip who either did not stop at a stop sign or stopped last in turn and drove off first with the other driver having to stop in the middle of the intersection to avoid a wreck.
So, my conclusion is this: when construction is finally finished there will be more wrecks due to the fact of people in this town not stopping according to the law.