Stoplights at Locust, Harrison streets no longer flashing
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - Friday, officials with Davenport Public Works and Davenport Police announced that the stoplights at Locust and Harrison streets would be flashing until repairs could be completed.
Monday, the stoplights at Locust and Harrison streets appear to have been repaired and are no longer flashing, according to TV6.
Officials with Davenport Public Works and Davenport Police were reminding drivers over the weekend to use caution and treat flashing red stoplights or signal outages as four-way stops.
Officials on Friday said the traffic signals at Locust and Harrison streets are flashing red and will be flashing through the weekend and potentially into early next week until repairs can be made.
City officials say they are pending parts and cabinet availability.
According to Davenport Police and Davenport Public Works:
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