ODOT to remove traffic signal at Greene County intersection later this month

GREENE COUNTY — The Ohio Department of Transportation will be removing a traffic signal at a Greene County intersection later this month.

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It will be no longer be at the intersection of State Route 235 and Medway Road between the cities of Fairborn and Huber Heights, following a study by the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Changes in traffic patterns at the intersection have resulted in the existing signal no longer meeting standards and will be removed, according to an ODOT spokesperson.

Drivers on State Route 235 will see continuous flashing yellow lights at the existing traffic signal starting April 24 for 90 days to prepare motorists for the upcoming changes and may proceed without stopping.

If you are traveling on Medway Road, traffic signals will be continuously flashing red and drivers must come to a stop and yield to all traffic on State Route 235, ODOT said.

The intersection of State Route 235 and Medway Road will operate as a two-way stop.

There will be signs alerting motorists to the change starting Friday, April 7.

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