WARSAW – Indiana Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin work on replacing seven traffic signals along SR 15 (Detroit Street) in Warsaw beginning Monday, July 20.
New traffic signals and poles will be installed, and those signals will also coordinate with planned railroad safety systems. Traffic signals and intersections include Prairie Street, Winona Avenue (both signals), Market Street, Center Street, Main Street, Fort Wayne Street, according to a news release from the city.
ADA compliant pedestrian crossings will also be constructed at each intersection.
Work may occur simultaneously at all seven traffic signal intersections, at times.
While pedestrian ramps are being replaced, there will be no pedestrian access at that intersection for several days. Pedestrians will need to use the next cross street to safely cross the street.
The existing traffic signals will remain operational and in use until the new signals are completed. However, motorists should expect some lane restrictions on SR 15 during this project.