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Published on Jan 24, 2020
Flashing yellow arrows help reduce accidents and near-misses. Signals in opposite directions don’t always mirror each other, forcing motorists to guess whether oncoming cars will stop, yield, or keep driving. The flashing yellow arrow helps take the guesswork out of making left turns.
The designated intersections will have traffic signals to follow: - Solid red arrow: Stop. No left turns allowed. - Solid yellow arrow: Prepare to stop. - Flashing yellow arrow: Left turns are allowed, but first yield to oncoming traffic and pedestrians. - Solid green arrow: Protected left turn. Proceed with caution.