Traffic lights installed, not lit, at Grant Line, Byron roads
by TP staff
Jan 09, 2014 | 5048 views | 1 1 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print
New traffic lights installed
Vehicles pass new traffic signals on Byron Road at the Grant Line Road intersection Wednesday, Jan. 8. The lights are scheduled to be activated Jan. 24.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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New traffic signal lights are waiting to be turned on at the intersection of Byron and Grant Line roads. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is scheduled to connect the signals to electricity on Jan. 24, which is the first day PG&E crews were available, according to Michael Selling, deputy director of San Joaquin County Public Works. He said the signals and lane markings were all in place. The intersection will also have a signal to allow vehicles visiting a seasonal fruit stand to leave a gravel lot safely.

 
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C3TJ
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January 10, 2014
And if the Grant Line signals toward Banta are any indication, these signals will be flashing red for months and months to come once they're electrified.


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