Traffic lights along 2nd Street will flash yellow until October

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Traffic lights along 2nd Street in Harrisburg, between Forster and Division, will flash yellow beginning Friday, May 13 and will remain so until October 11. The change is part of the ongoing project to make part of the street a two-way road.

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Traffic lights flashing yellow are located at Verbeke, Reily, Kelker, Maclay, Emerald and Radnor. According to the release, traffic approaching 2nd Street from one of the side streets will be greeted with flashing red lights and permanent stop signs.

The City of Harrisburg is required by the Department of Transportation to flash or cover signal heads for at least ninety days to allow for the installation of new or other traffic control devices.

Verbeke, Reily and Kelker streets are also the street intersections that will be turned into roundabouts before the project is completed in mid-October or early November.

More information about the project can be found here.

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