The city of Jamestown and the North Dakota Department of Transportation have announced the removal process for five traffic signals will begin on Monday, June 1.

The traffic signals were identified for removal as part of an upcoming project on U.S. Highway 52.

A “Stop” sign will be posted on the stopped approach. Additional "No Parking" signs will be installed for sight distance requirements. The signals will be covered or bagged or set to flashing for 90 days, during which time the intersections will be evaluated.

After the 90-day evaluation period, the data will be analyzed and then the signals will be removed with the project unless the data contradicts that removal.

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The traffic signals identified are:

  • 1st Avenue South and 5th Street South (5th Street South will become the stopped approach)
  • 1st Avenue South and 2nd Street South (2nd Street South will become the stopped approach)
  • 1st Avenue South and 1st Street South (1st Street South will become the stopped approach)
  • 1st Avenue North and 3rd Street North (3rd Street North will become the stopped approach)
  • 1st Avenue North and 4th Street North (4th Street North will become the stopped approach)