SCDOT traffic engineering has started putting a new type of traffic signal in the state -- the flashing yellow arrow. The arrow lets drivers know that they can turn left when opposing traffic has cleared. When the light turns solid yellow (in the middle) it means the signal is about to turn red.
SCDOT traffic engineering has started putting a new type of traffic signal in the state -- the flashing yellow arrow. The arrow lets drivers know that they can turn left when opposing traffic has cleared. When the light turns solid yellow (in the middle) it means the signal is about to turn red. SCDOT
SCDOT traffic engineering has started putting a new type of traffic signal in the state -- the flashing yellow arrow. The arrow lets drivers know that they can turn left when opposing traffic has cleared. When the light turns solid yellow (in the middle) it means the signal is about to turn red. SCDOT

Flashing yellow arrows coming to SC intersections

May 08, 2013 12:37 AM

UPDATED August 19, 2013 03:03 PM

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