Crews install LED lights at Fort Amanda/501 intersection


Larry Kaughfam, left, and Glen Wurth install four new signs using LED flashing lights two “stop ahead” signs on Fort Amanda Road and two “crossroads ahead” on state Route 501. The Ohio Department of Transportation removed the overhead flashing light at the intersection, replacing it with the four signs and LED flashing lights to notify drivers of the intersection head. Work was performed by the Ohio Department of Transportation District 1’s roadway services.

Larry Kaughfam, left, and Glen Wurth install four new signs using LED flashing lights two “stop ahead” signs on Fort Amanda Road and two “crossroads ahead” on state Route 501. The Ohio Department of Transportation removed the overhead flashing light at the intersection, replacing it with the four signs and LED flashing lights to notify drivers of the intersection head. Work was performed by the Ohio Department of Transportation District 1’s roadway services.


Craig J. Orosz | The Lima News

Larry Kaughfam, left, and Glen Wurth install four new signs using LED flashing lights two “stop ahead” signs on Fort Amanda Road and two “crossroads ahead” on state Route 501. The Ohio Department of Transportation removed the overhead flashing light at the intersection, replacing it with the four signs and LED flashing lights to notify drivers of the intersection head. Work was performed by the Ohio Department of Transportation District 1’s roadway services.

Larry Kaughfam, left, and Glen Wurth install four new signs using LED flashing lights two “stop ahead” signs on Fort Amanda Road and two “crossroads ahead” on state Route 501. The Ohio Department of Transportation removed the overhead flashing light at the intersection, replacing it with the four signs and LED flashing lights to notify drivers of the intersection head. Work was performed by the Ohio Department of Transportation District 1’s roadway services.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/10/web1_LED-flashing-light_01co.jpgLarry Kaughfam, left, and Glen Wurth install four new signs using LED flashing lights two “stop ahead” signs on Fort Amanda Road and two “crossroads ahead” on state Route 501. The Ohio Department of Transportation removed the overhead flashing light at the intersection, replacing it with the four signs and LED flashing lights to notify drivers of the intersection head. Work was performed by the Ohio Department of Transportation District 1’s roadway services. Craig J. Orosz | The Lima News

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