Crews over the weekend placed the new lights in “flash mode,” which officials said is a 3-5 day requirement before new signals can become fully operational.
The intersection along with parts of South College and Rock had been closed for nearly a year as part of a series of improvements to Archibald Yell. All previously closed areas were open as of early Thursday morning.
The northbound lanes on Archibald Yell Boulevard will be shifted starting Monday, April 10 to allow crews to construct median islands at the intersections with South College Avenue and East Rock Street.
Construction work is underway on a series of improvements to Archibald Yell Boulevard, just south of downtown Fayetteville.
Beginning next summer, Archibald Yell Boulevard will be officially known as Nelson Hackett Boulevard.
It will be at least another two weeks before a decision is made on whether to rename Archibald Yell Boulevard.
Construction work is ready to begin on a series of improvements to Archibald Yell Boulevard, just south of downtown Fayetteville.
The project includes a total overhaul of a confusing, five-way intersection near downtown Fayetteville.
Members of the City Council’s Transportation Committee recently got a look at the early ideas for an updated Archibald Yell Boulevard.
Fayetteville officials are asking for public input about a plan to improve the safety of Archibald Yell Boulevard.