Study to determine if signal is still needed at the intersection of Business 377 and S. Baxter Avenue
STEPHENVILLE —The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will perform a traffic signal removal study this fall at the intersection of Business 377 and South Baxter Avenue. Due to the recent installation of the traffic signal at Business 377 and Alexander Road, it is likely that a signal may no longer be needed due to the changes in traffic conditions.
During the study, stop signs will be placed on the South Baxter Avenue approaches to the intersection. Once stop signs have been installed, the traffic signal will be set to flashing yellow on Business 377 and red on South Baxter Avenue for a minimum of 90 days so motorists are aware of the change. After this period, the traffic signal will be removed if the data collected during the study period supports removal.
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