INDOT Makes Change To Silveus Crossing Light After Crash

A change has been made to the traffic signal at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Silveus Crossing.
Warsaw Mayor Thallemer contacted the Indiana Department of Transportation following a two-vehicle collision Monday.
An engineer with INDOT reviewed the intersection with the new yellow flashing arrows signals and made another change. As of Wednesday, the flashing yellow arrows will only occur during night mode, between 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. Left turns will be operated in “protected only” mode, meaning left turns will be required to turn only on a green light.
“It felt good,” Thallemer said. “INDOT was responsive and made a change.”
INDOT Media Relations Director for Fort Wayne District Nichole Hacha-Thomas said in an email that they will continue to monitor the intersection along with the others as the flashing yellow arrows are implemented. She said one of the benefits of these signals is that they allow INDOT to make changes quickly and efficiently.

(Story By The Times Union)