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Omaha will review 16 smaller traffic signals for removal

Omaha will review 16 smaller traffic signals for removal

Sixteen traffic signals around Omaha are under consideration for removal.

The City of Omaha is working through a long-term plan to upgrade its traffic signals. In a press release Tuesday, the Mayor’s Office said the city has evaluated 10 traffic signals since 2017 and removed nine of them.

The city reviews whether signals still meet federal requirements for vehicle and pedestrian traffic, wait times, traffic gaps and crashes.

This summer, the city will review these signals:

Park and Woolworth Avenues

Ed Creighton Avenue and Hanscom Boulevard

Railroad and Gilmore Avenues

132nd and Shirley Streets

114th and Webster Streets

52nd and Q Streets

50th and C Streets

42nd and Bancroft Streets

42nd and J Streets

42nd Street north of O Street

41st and L Streets

16th and Vinton Streets

15th and Vinton Streets

13th and Castelar Streets

13th Street and Gibson Road

13th and J Streets

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