New Traffic Controllers Installed Along Archer Road
These new traffic controllers are part of an 18 million dollar upgrade to the city of Gainesville's traffic management system.
Gainesville resident Jared Cintron lives and works near Archer Road, and says he hopes it will make a difference.
"I think it's a good idea," said Cintron. "Gainesville is heavily populated with a lot of drivers. So, it's good to keep traffic moving."
All of the new traffic controllers will be monitored remotely.
The Archer Road area is part of the first phase in a four-part project. The next two phases are Northwest and Northeast Gainesville. The project is scheduled for completion by 2012.
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