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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.

Original post:
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

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By Robert Thomson  |  July 24, 2009; 8:04 AM ET
Categories:  Commuting , Driving  | Tags: District Department of Transportation, Dr. Gridlock, Washington DC traffic  
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Martin Luther King Ave SE and Howard Road SE are also flashing.

Posted by: Urban_Architect | July 24, 2009 8:33 AM | Report abuse

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