WESTLAKE, Ohio - A traffic pattern is changing in a busy area that borders Bay Village and Westlake; the Bradley Road-Naigle Road intersection.
Traffic lights were installed there over the summer and last week the lights started flashing red, making it a three-way stop. Only eastbound traffic on Naigle stopped.
But as of Dec. 13 the stop lights will be fully functional, hopefully eliminating any tie-ups there.
This was all done to widen the road, but there were some problems with timing that new traffic light with the nearby railroad crossing gates. Bay Village officials say all of that has been synched-up and is now good to go.
It's a big relief for those who drive out there after months of changes and slowed down traffic, so it's Christmas a little early for some of them.
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