A pair of intersections near the Mecklenburg-Union county line will be changed to four-way stops this week, the N.C. Department of Transportation says.
Transportation officials say the changes are designed to improve safety and the flow of traffic in those areas.
The intersection of Campus Ridge Road and CPCC Lane, near the CPCC Levine campus in Matthews, is scheduled for Tuesday. Currently, traffic on CPCC Lane is required to stop, while Campus Ridge traffic does not have to stop.
On Wednesday, crews will convert the Stallings Road-Stevens Mill Road intersection in Stallings to a four-way stop. Stallings Road traffic currently does not have to stop.
DOT officials set up message boards near both intersections last week.
Motorists should use caution at those intersections for several days after the conversion take place.