City of Salisbury to remove traffic signal at E. Church St. and E. Isabella St. intersection

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SALISBURY, Md. – The City of Salisbury has announced it will permanently remove the signal at the intersection of E. Church Street and E. Isabella Street on Salisbury’s East Side.

We’re told that traffic patterns have shifted since the signal’s original installation and it is no longer needed. The signal will be replaced by a four-way stop.

City officials say the work will take place in three stages:

  • The signal will be placed on four-way flashing red lights starting at 7 a.m. Wednesday, May 4th, and remain as such for roughly two weeks
  • Stop signs will be placed on all four approaches over the next two weeks in preparation for signal removal
  • The signal will be removed at approximately 7 a.m. on Wednesday, May 18th, weather depending

Drivers should anticipate delays while using the intersection over the next few weeks. Residents will maintain access to their homes at all times.

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