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Lombard Public Works is continuing its Traffic Signal Modernization Program, with upgrades of 11 intersections planned for fall of 2018, beginning Monday, August 13.
The improvements will take place primarily along Westmore-Meyers Road and 22nd Street. The new LED traffic signals are more durable, longer lasting, energy efficient, and are more visible to motorists. Temporary lane closures may be required and motorists are asked to be cautious around workers and to follow signs when posted.
The upgrades of the 11 intersections are part of Lombard’s Traffic Signal Modernization Program, which includes 24 signalized intersections throughout the Village. The improved locations feature updated pedestrian signals, push buttons that are easier to use and countdown timers. The improved signals are more resilient due to battery backup systems that continue to operate even when electrical power is lost.
Intersections that have already been ungraded include located along St. Charles Road and Main Street including downtown Lombard, Glenbard East High School, and Glenn Westlake Middle School.
The program is in conjunction with the Village’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. Information is available at www.villageoflombard.org/bikelombard. Please contact Public Works at (630) 620-5740 or email@example.com with any questions.