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We are upgrading the technology at the intersection of Issaquah Pine Lake Road and Klahanie Blvd. to be able to have more options on signal timing, etc. This change should help ease traffic when the construction along Issaquah-Fall City Road starts later in August.
To do this on Wednesday, August 7, the City will be changing out the traffic signal cabinet at the intersection of Issaquah Pine Lake Road and Klahanie Blvd.
The new cabinet will be moved from our Maintenance and Operations Center (MOC) to the intersection at about 9 a.m.; shortly thereafter the intersection will go dark and be under Police officer control while crews complete the swap – which could take up to four hours.
For the safety of all concerned, please stay alert when driving through the area.
Photo: Senior Traffic Signal Technician Melissa Lucas says our new traffic signal cabinet "still has that new traffic signal cabinet smell!" Ahhhhhhhhhh...
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