Traffic changes at SFCC
Published: Monday, January 14, 2008 at 7:23 a.m.
Last Modified: Monday, January 14, 2008 at 7:23 a.m.
Santa Fe Community College is making another change to its traffic flow
during the school day.
Over the past week, the section of North Road between the library and the
gym was closed to motorists. SFCC announced Friday that North Road would be
re-opened Monday to through traffic with a couple of changes.
While the roadblock was in effect on North Road, Santa Fe Police Chief
Daryl Johnston and City of Gainesville Traffic Engineer Phil Mann monitored
traffic to find solutions to the traffic problems in and around campus.
SFCC officials said the solutions included making adjustments to the
traffic lights at NW 91st Street, NW 92nd Street and at the intersection of
NW 83rd Street and North Road.
Four-way stop signs have been installed at the intersection of North Road
and Service Drive. Beginning Monday morning, a crossing guard will be
stationed at the intersection during the peak morning traffic.
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