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Salem traffic signal change

November 24, 2012
Morning Journal News

SALEM - Beginning Dec. 3, the traffic light located at the corner of Pershing Street and Southeast Boulevard in Salem won't go to flashing mode until midnight.

City Service/Safety Director Ken Kenst announced the change this week, noting the light will still flash yellow for Southeast Boulevard traffic and flash red for Pershing Street traffic in flashing mode.

The light currently changes to flashing mode at 8 p.m. and goes back to normal operation at 6 a.m. Kenst cited an expectation of increased traffic due to the holiday shopping season as the reason for the change and just wanted to warn motorists used to having the flashing light earlier that it won't occur until later at night. It will still return to normal operation at 6 a.m. each day.

 
 

 

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