EDIT: A previous version of this press release stated that the signal at South Blvd. and Camden Ave. will be replaced by a four-way stop. The signal will be replaced with a two-way stop on South Blvd.
Salisbury—As part of the City of Salisbury’s Department of Infrastructure and Development’s ongoing effort to keep the public informed of improvements within the City of Salisbury, please be advised that City staff will be permanently removing the obsolete signal system at the intersection South Blvd. and Camden Ave. on the City’s South Side. As traffic patterns have shifted since the signal’s original installation, it is no longer needed and will be replaced by a two-way stop.
The work will happen in three stages:
- The Signal will be placed on four way flashing red beginning Thursday, March 16th at 7:00 AM and will remain as such for approximately ninety days.
- Stop signs will be placed on the two South Blvd. approaches and turn lanes will be added over the next two weeks in preparation for signal removal, weather depending.
- The Signal will be removed approximately Thursday, June 8th at 7:00 AM, weather depending.
Drivers should expect shifts in traffic pattern during these the work period, however drive time and user experience is expected to be improved. Residents in the immediate residence will maintain access to their homes at all times.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Your patience and cooperation are greatly appreciated. Should you have any questions or need clarification regarding this project, please contact Jon Wilson with Salisbury Department of Infrastructure & Development at 410-548-3170.