Projects

Flashing Yellow Arrows

CDOT installed Flashing Yellow Arrows (FYA) for left turns along the US 160/550 corridor through Durango in 2011, prior to our Continuous Flow Intersection project. FYAs--along with new summer and winter signal timing plans and the CFI--have eased congestion and decreased accidents overall through the city, from SH 172 east of Durango to Animas View Drive, the last signal at the north edge of town.

Here is a link to information on Flashing Yellow Arrows: http://midimagic.sgc-hosting.com/fyafaq.htm

News Releases:

CDOT Changes Left-Turn Arrow Signal Phasing at US 160/550 and Sawyer - April 27, 2015

CDOT Announces Winter Signal Timing Coordination for US 160/US 550 - March 12, 2015

CDOT Announces New Signal Timing Coordination for US 160/US 550 Continuous Flow Intersection North and South - December 10, 2014

CDOT Region 5 US 160/US 550 Durango Continuous Flow Intersection (CFI) and New Signal Timing Coordination (9th Street to Santa Rita Drive) - October 24, 2014

US 160 Durango (Bodo) Intersection Crash Summary – Data courtesy of CDOT Staff Traffic & Safety Division - November 13, 2013

CDOT Region 5 US 160/US 550 Durango New Signal Timing Coordination - August 2, 2012

Yellow Flashing Left-Turn Arrows on US 160/US 550 Through Durango - January 6, 2012

Some Left Turns Now Operational for US 160/US 550 Through Durango - November 17, 2011

CDOT Begins Traffic Signal Safety Improvements Today on US 160/US 550 Through Durango - October 18, 2011

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