CLEVELAND - Thirty-three spots around northeast Ohio, including six in Cuyahoga County, will catch the attention of drivers, as new stop lights feature red left-turn arrows.
A federal rule change mandated the signal makeover at intersections with left-turn lanes. The Ohio Department of Transportation has started making the update across the state.
The change stems from a 2009 rewrite of The Federal Highway Administration's Manual on uniform traffic control devices.
Drivers cannot turn on red arrows.
NewsChannel5's Tracy Carloss will continue to follow this story Wednesday. Keep checking newsnet5.com for more information.
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