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Berrien and Lee counties get flashing yellow arrow signals

The first flashing yellow arrow signals in Berrien and Lee counties are going to start working on Tuesday. (Source: WALB) The first flashing yellow arrow signals in Berrien and Lee counties are going to start working on Tuesday. (Source: WALB)
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The first flashing yellow arrow signals in Berrien and Lee counties are going to start working on Tuesday.

The first signal is at US 82/SR-520 at Fussell Road/Marlow Lane Extension in Lee County.

The second will be turned on Wednesday, and it is located on US 129/SR-11 at SR-76/Hazel Avenue in Nashville.

A Solid yellow arrow is warning you that the light is going to turn red, and you should get ready to stop.

If the yellow arrow is flashing, it is to let you turn left, but only after you yield to traffic and pedestrians.

If you see a solid green arrow, it means you can make a 'protected' left turn and that oncoming traffic has a red light.

Finally, if you see a solid red arrow. Stop, do not turn.

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