Wahoo, Neb. -- Right now cars and semi trucks flow through the middle of Wahoo, but starting next week construction will start on a bypass moving a lot of this traffic out of town.
"Get them out of here please," said Mike Beckman, owner of a store on the current busy road.
Heavy traffic passes his store every single day.
"The primary thing for me is to cut down the semi traffic as we had another 3 go by here," said Beckman.
He's not worried about the bypass because he says his customers are mostly local and won't miss all the big trucks.
"We're going to lose it and it's going to make it a lot quieter here in town which is good for me," said Beckman.
However this bypass has its doubters.
"It depends on what side of the street you're on. For some people this is disturbing, it's going to change the way they do business," said Wahoo Director of Economic Development Doug Watt.
10/11 spoke with many businesses along this route through Wahoo who didn't want to go on camera, but say they're against the bypass because their businesses will suffer without this main artery through town.
"We're going to lose one or two people moving out there that's for sure, but the vast majority of people will stay in town," said Beckman.
Construction is slated to start on Nov. 4.