How can I get a signal constructed at an intersection?
Both the County and the State are responsible for installing traffic signals on County and State roads. If the intersection involves a State and a County road, the State becomes responsible for installing the signal. The request for a traffic signal usually comes from citizens in the area. A traffic count is performed and the accident history of the intersection is researched. Then, if the intersection meets federally established criteria, the light is programmed into the Capital Account and installed. It usually takes about a year from the receipt of the request to the installation of the light.

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1. Why are there paint marks in the road?
2. What are the little flags in my front yard?
3. Is the road going to be widened?
4. County water is running across my property, please divert it somewhere else?
5. How can I get a signal constructed at an intersection?
6. Where can I find a list of roads closed due to weather, construction, or special events?