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In-Roadway Warning Lights

In-Roadway Warning Lights

The In-Roadway Warning Lights Project involves the instillation of in-roadway warning lights and related facilities at ten grade crossings on the Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension, and two grade crossings on the Metro Blue Line.

The in-roadway warning lights are intended to re-enforce existing traffic control devices and increase the public’s awareness of Metro train operations at these intersections.

The majority of work will be performed during normal day hours; however, some work will occur at night.

There will be temporary lane closures near intersections where lights are being installed between the hours of 9am – 3pm.

Full street closures will also be necessary but will only take place a night during the hours of 10pm through 6am near the vicinity of the project.

Please see the construction notices tab for upcoming work. Be sure to check back regularly for updates.

Facts at a Glance

Project: In-Roadway Warning Lights Project.

Location: Ten Gold Line Eastside Extension and two Blue Line grade crossings

Construction Start Date:  February 2015

Projected Completion Date: Summer 2015

Project Duration: Approximately 6 months

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