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New traffic signal at 4th Street & Elkhart Ave.

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The City of Lubbock will finalize the construction of the traffic signal at 4th Street and Elkhart Avenue on Wednesday, September 14. The traffic signal will operate in flash mode on Wednesday through part of Thursday. The traffic signal will flash yellow on 4th Street and red on Elkhart Avenue.

On Thursday, September 15, the traffic signal will operate in Green-Yellow-Red mode to designate the right-of-way for drivers. Pedestrian activated push buttons and countdown signal heads will be featured at the traffic signal.

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