CLEVELAND - The traffic signals that were out as reported by Cleveland police are now functioning properly as of 4:20 p.m.
Officers responded to the area of E. 55th to E. 89th Streets at Carnegie, Chester, Superior and Euclid Avenues in Cleveland for traffic signals that were out. The department did not specify how many lights were out.
Intersections with traffic signal outages and no traffic controller should be treated as a four-way stop, Cleveland Police reminded drivers.
Treat all non-working traffic signals as FOUR WAY STOP or obey direction of officers/traffic controllers working the intersection.— Cleveland Police (@CLEpolice) April 8, 2014