The intersection is near Key Largo Road in Osage Beach in the new expressway has been at the center of much controversy as of late. Today at the Osage Beach city hall there will be a briefing to discuss possible solutions to the problem. Members of MODOT the Osage Police and Fire crews and concerned citizens will have a chance to voice their concerns. The Osage Beach Fire Protection chief raised concerns on the Morning Magazine with aspects of the highways system and specifically about the intersection because it was built initially for 400 cars per day and accommodates around 2400. Also Chief Dorhauer expressed concern that vehicles turning onto the new Highway 54 have to cross several lanes of traffic traveling 65 mph which is hard to do from a complete stop. Chief Jeff Dorhauer said the district has responded to several serious motor vehicle accidents in the recent months since the new highway has been open.