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Posted on: January 31, 2024

Flashing Yellow Arrows Project

Flashing Yellow Arrows NewsFlash

Feb. 20 Project Update: Crews will continue working on the Flashing Yellow Arrows project this week on CSAH 18 (Fenning Avenue).

Beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 20 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the signal system at the eastbound I-94 ramp will be turned into an all-way stop intersection and the signal turned off while crews work on the signals.

Beginning on Thursday, Feb. 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the signal system at the westbound I-94 ramp will be turned into an all-way stop intersection and the signal turned off while crews work on the signals.

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Feb. 11 Project Update: Crews will continue working on the traffic signals along Highway 25 and adding flashing yellow arrows to the remaining intersections of the Flashing Yellow Arrows project.

Beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 13 and Wednesday, Feb. 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the I-94 North and South ramps will be turned into an all-way stop intersection and the signal turned off while crews work on the signals.

Please use caution when driving in the area and consider using alternative routes if possible to reduce commute times.

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Feb. 5 Project Update: Crews will continue working on the traffic signals and adding flashing yellow arrows to several intersections in our community this week.

  • Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 7, Highway 25 will be reduced to one lane between School Blvd. and Chelsea Road.
  • On Tuesday, Feb. 6, the intersection of Highway 25 and School Blvd. will be turned into an all-way stop intersection and the signal will be turned-off.
  • On Wednesday, Feb. 7, the intersection of Highway 25 and Chelsea Road will be turned into an all-way stop intersection and the signal turned off while crews work on the signal.

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Beginning Thursday, Feb. 1  there will be possible lane closures at various intersections of Trunk Highway (TH) 25, beginning at School Blvd. Crews will be working on the traffic signals and adding flashing yellow arrows to several intersections in our community. This is part of the City’s Flashing Yellow Arrows Project.

In 2022 the City of Monticello received a Local Partnership Program (LPP) Grant to add flashing yellow arrows to traffic signals at 9 intersections in town. The proposed flashing left turn arrows are intended to provide better vehicle spacing entering TH 25 and I-94 and a better level of service at each intersection by reducing vehicle delays and potentially reducing turning vehicles on red lights.

Visit our project page to see which intersections will have flashing yellow arrows added.

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