from the Asheville Citizen-Times’ May 3, 2014, article
[Hendersonville Road,] That thriving, five-lane section of black top — one of Asheville’s busiest — routinely clogs during morning and evening rush hours. And it will undoubtedly get more crowded in the coming months as possibly more than 450 new apartments and a new Publix grocery store come on line.
That stress will spill over to two-lane Sweeten Creek Road, particularly at its already problematic intersection with Mills Gap Road.
But no significant road or traffic improvements are in store in the near future for Hendersonville Road, Sweeten Creek Road or the 0.2-mile section of Mills Gap that runs between them. …