COLUMBIA— Flashing yellow arrow turn signals will be installed at five intersections along College Avenue, according to a Missouri Department of Transportation news release.
The five intersections on College Avenue to receive the new signals are:
- Rogers Street/Paris Road
- Walnut Street
- University Avenue
- Rollins Road
- Hospital Drive/Ashland Road
The flashing yellow arrows replace the "left turn yield on green" signal that is used in most left-turn lanes. Drivers should yield to oncoming vehicles and pedestrians before turning when the yellow arrow is flashing.
"We are installing the flashing yellow arrow signals in an effort to reduce motorists' confusion and improve highway safety," said MoDOT District Traffic Engineer Matt Myers.
MoDOT began installing these signals in March, starting with seven intersections along Stadium Boulevard, as previously reported.