NORMAN — The City Traffic Control Division will be replacing the traffic signal controller cabinet at the Robinson Street intersection with Brookhaven Boulevard on Thursday, weather permitting. After 9 a.m., the intersection will be controlled by a 4-way stop sign. Signal operation should be restored before noon. This cabinet replacement is needed to fully support the planned installation of flashing yellow arrows at the intersection. The on-going flashing yellow arrow project is part of an ongoing $300,000 project, funded with 100 percent Federal Safety funds, to upgrade a total of 57 intersections within the City of Norman to flashing yellow arrows. Any questions about the project or this cabinet replacement should be directed to David Riesland, City Traffic Engineer, at 329-0528.
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