Signal Modification at US 77 (North Travis Avenue) and N. Fannin Avenue to begin June 27
MILAM COUNTY – During the week of June 27th, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will begin to modify the signals along US 77/SH 36 at the intersections with US 77 (North Travis Avenue) and North Fannin Avenue in Cameron, Texas. This change will be to install a new type of left turn signal that incorporates the use of a Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) instead of the solid green ball for permissive left turns. FYA signals will contain a flashing yellow arrow as well as a steady green, yellow, and red arrow.
These new displays are similar to standard traffic signals.
The FYA system is being implemented across the state and the nation as new signals are installed and existing signals are replaced/upgraded.
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