Traffic Signal at S. Salina Street and E. Raynor Avenue to be Decommissioned

Syracuse, N.Y. — The City of Syracuse Department of Engineering announced that contractors will disconnect and remove the traffic signal at the intersection of S. Salina Street and E. Raynor Avenue on Monday, Aug. 10.

During construction operations on July 31 for the milling and paving project along S. Salina Street, crews determined that one of the traffic signals at the intersection needs to be removed due to deterioration of a traffic signal pole. Construction crews will replace the traffic signal controlling E. Raynor Avenue with a stop sign to control traffic at the intersection.

Due to other planned development and street improvements along South Salina Street in the immediate area, the City is evaluating permanent traffic control options for this intersection and others.

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