Norfolkans are being reminded of the signal study set to begin Friday. The City will be conducting the study over the next six months at two intersections on Norfolk Avenue in downtown Norfolk.
Beginning Friday between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m., the intersections at 2nd Street and Norfolk Avenue and 3rd Street and Norfolk Avenue will change to Four-Way Stop controlled intersections.
Four-Way Flash and Stop Signs will be installed at those intersections. The signals will remain in flash mode for seven days (one week) and then they will be covered (bagged). Signage will also be installed at these two intersections to provide public notice.
Residents will notice the change on their commute Friday evening. If there are any questions regarding the project, please contact the City of Norfolk Engineering Division at (402) 844-2020.