Starting late September through late October, Highway 15 motorists can expect traffic signals along the project to be deactivated and become four-way stops as crews work to upgrade or replace the signal systems between Adams Avenue and Goemann Road. The existing signals will be taken down and new signals will be installed on Highway 15 at the intersections of 4th Street, Blue Earth Avenue, Tilden Street, and Adams Avenue. The signals on Highway 15 are being updated to include new lights, flashing yellow arrows and emergency vehicle preemption.
Continuing through mid-October crews will be milling and resurfacing the roadway. Motorists should take extra caution and be on the lookout for changing traffic patterns as there will be additional workers and equipment on the roadway during the milling and paving operations. Drivers can expect lane restrictions and brief traffic delays as crews work to complete the signal, curb, sidewalk and resurfacing work.