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Turn Arrows Arrive at Columbus Drive and Randolph Street

By David Matthews | September 8, 2015 2:15pm
 The signals arrived after neighbors complained of slow traffic at the Downtown intersection. 
New turn signals at Columbus and Randolph
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DOWNTOWN — A Downtown intersection near Millennium Park now has turn signals. 

Ald. Brendan Reilly (42nd) told constituents Friday that left and right-turn arrows were recently installed at Upper Columbus Drive and Upper Randolph Street in a bid to ease traffic congestion. 

A turn arrow in action Tuesday. [DNAinfo/David Matthews]

Reilly said the move came at the request of neighbors, who said only one or two cars previously could turn on a green light due to pedestrian traffic. Signs prohibiting turns on red (sans arrows) are still in effect. 

The turn arrows were paid for by Reilly's ward infrastructure budget. 

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