City to upgrade traffic signals on 19th Street - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

City to upgrade traffic signals on 19th Street

From City of Lubbock:

Starting Monday, the traffic signals at 19th Street and University Avenue and 19th Street and Indiana Avenue will be upgraded. This City of Lubbock project precedes the intersection pavement construction planned by the Texas Department of Transportation.

The traffic signal at 19th Street and University will be placed in all-red flash starting at 10 PM Monday, 5/14, and Tuesday, 5/15, while city crews install new signal arms.

The signal at 19th Street and Indiana Avenue will be placed in all-red flash starting at 10 PM Monday, 5/21, and Tuesday, 5/22, for signal arm installation.

Lubbock Police Department officers will direct traffic at the intersections, and various lanes will be closed while crews install the new signal arms. The traffic signals will be returned to the normal Green-Yellow-Red mode around midnight on the nights the traffic signals are upgraded.

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