BA intersection work will turn signal off

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Updated: 8/08/2013 3:24 pm Published: 8/08/2013 3:23 pm

The Broken Arrow Public Works department will begin work to replace the control cabinet at the intersection of Albany St. and Aspen Avenue on August 17, 2013.

While the cabinet, which houses the traffic signal wiring and control equipment, is being replaced, signals will be off and a four way stop sign will be placed in the intersection. This project is expected to take one day to complete.

This is the second project of this type in recent months. Funded by the Sales Tax Capital Improvement fund, replacing this equipment will allow for less maintenance and service calls by installing a control cabinet and controller capable of coordinating with other traffic signals in the area.

The new equipment will also have the capabilities to send information back to the signal office via radio to allow crews to troubleshoot before going to the location.

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