Contact: Marcus Sandifer
Phone: (903) 799-1306
Date: July 1, 2019
Four intersections in Northeast Texas will have improvements made to their traffic control systems this year, according to plans approved in June by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).
“We will be upgrading the signal lights at all four intersections and will be adding crosswalks, safety lighting and advance warning signs at some of the intersections,” said Rebecca Wells, Director of Transportation Operations for TxDOT in Atlanta.
Intersections scheduled for improvements are:
Striping Technology of Tyler, TX was awarded the contract for these traffic control projects with a bid of $583,202.
"Work on the projects should begin in September of this year and take about six months to complete," Wells said.
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