The intersection of East Trimmier Road and Chaparral Road in Killeen is now a four-way stop, upgraded from a two-way stop.

Two new stop signs with flashing red lights around the signs and two warning signs that are around 500 to 700 feet before the stop sign were installed on East Trimmier Road in early August, according to Keith Curb, a Killeen resident who lives near the intersection.

There were already stop signs and warning signs on Chaparral Road.

Curb is happy with the change overall.

“Yeah I’m pleased with what’s been done,” Curb said. “People are getting used to stopping on East Trimmier now.”

Curb said some people are still not stopping at the intersection and traffic accidents are still happening. He had expected that red warning lights would also be put on the stop signs on Chaparral Road but that has not happened yet.

254-501-7464 | hking@kdhnews.com

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