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Posted on: September 4, 2019

Repairs to traffic signal at TCB and McCall

photo of damaged wiring inside traffic signal box

Three electricians and three traffic personnel have worked more than 12 hours each to get the traffic signal at Tuttle Creek Boulevard and McCall Road back up and running after the signal box was flooded during last Friday’s storm. It was a MacGyver-level effort using all the spare signal parts we had. Traffic and pedestrian crossing functions have been restored.  A replacement box has been ordered for the long term repair and the new box will be put on risers in anticipation of severe storms in the future. The Old Blue River Trail has also been reopened to help bikes and pedestrians travel safely through the area. More than 25,000 people pass through the intersection every day and we’re grateful for everyone’s patience, as well as the help of RCPD to direct traffic while the signal was out.

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