The Norman Transcript


January 7, 2014

Traffic signal to be upgraded

NORMAN — The City Traffic Control Division will upgrade the traffic signal installation on Lindsey Street at the Chautauqua Avenue intersection, city officials announced Monday.

Currently, both the northbound and southbound approaches receive green indications simultaneously.

Crews will be modifying the phasing of the intersection so northbound and southbound approaches come on separate from one another, allowing left-turns to be made more easily and without conflict from oncoming traffic.

Work will take place Thursday, weather permitting. After 9 a.m. that day, the intersection will be temporarily controlled by an all-way stop sign. 

Signal operation will be restored at the intersection before noon on the same day.   Any questions about the project can be directed to David Riesland, city traffic engineer, at 329-0528.

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