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Rosa Parks & Greeley: Crossing & Signal, N

Engineering And Design
This project will replace the traffic signal on N Rosa Parks Way at Greeley Avenue.
Spring 2025

What's happening now?

We are designing the project. We are currently working on the final version of the design. Once the design is final, we will build the project using a combination of city staff and contractors.

Project Background

PBOT will replace the existing, aging traffic signal to ensure safe, reliable operations.

This project will also make several safety improvements:

  • New crosswalk on the west leg will help people cross Rosa Parks Way
  • Protected left-turn signal from Rosa Parks Way to Greeley Avenue will help prevent collisions between left-turning drivers and people in crosswalks
  • Driveway closure on the northeast corner will reduce conflicts people between driving and people using the sidewalk or transit stops

Project Funding

$1.5 million from local and state sources