Traffic Signals Coming Back at D.C. Intersections
10:12 a.m. update:
At New York and Florida avenues NE, the traffic signal is working on a generator but out of sync with the next one at New York Avenue and First Street NE, creating delays.
The District Department of Transportation says traffic signals are still out at some key downtown intersections after last night's storms. Treat them as four-way stops, if traffic control officers are not on the scene.
Traffic signals remain out at these locations:
* New York Avenue and Florida Avenue NE
* South Dakota Avenue and Bladensburg Road NE
* Pennsylvania Avenue and Southern Avenue SE
In addition, the following signals are on flash (blinking yellow and red signals):
* 5th Street and Upshur Street NW
* New Jersey Avenue and K Street NW
* New York Avenue and Brentwood Road NE
July 24, 2009; 8:04 AM ET
Categories: Commuting , Driving | Tags: District Department of Transportation, Dr. Gridlock, Washington DC traffic
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