Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Police Department asks motorists to be patient

In preparation for the milling and repaving of Clinton Street to Main Street Rt 11 past the plaza up to Park St and RT 11, the traffic lights are getting new sensors installed which once installed should be better for traffic flow.

These sensors will be located on the traffic light poles vs. in the pavement. These new sensors will be installed at the Main, Park, and Summer Street locations and at the Plaza area at both sets of traffic lights.

The traffic was flowing very well, we ask motorist to be patient and polite to the traffic controllers. They are there for your safety as well as others. They will get you through the intersections as quickly as they can.

They will be working on these new sensors for the next 2-3 days.

-- Springfield Police Department    

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