State to Correct Traffic Signal Issues on Chelmsford Street
The signals are not coordinated, causing major back-ups on Chelmsford Street.
The state this week will work to coordinate traffic signals on Chelmsford Street to alleviate the major back-ups clogging up traffic, Town Manager Paul Cohen told selectmen Monday night.
Chelmsford Street is a state roadway and as such, the signals are not controlled by the town, Cohen said.
However, Cohen said he has been in touch with the state Department of Transportation on the issue.
"The detectors are in the wrong mode and ther eis a problem in coordinating traffic as you head toward Lowell," said Cohen. "The state will be working on it again this week."