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Officials to meet with residents over Eckerd College traffic signal

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published April 4, 2001


Representatives of the Florida Department of Transportation will meet at noon Friday with residents and employees along the Bayway about their request for a traffic signal at the entrance to Eckerd College. The meeting will be in the West Lodge Activity Room of the Continuing Education Center. The discussion will focus on the need for traffic controls with left-turn signals to expedite traffic on and off the college campus during rush hours. FDOT has undertaken a traffic-flow and accident study to evaluate the intersection. A decision on the traffic signal is expected this month.

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