City of Bellingham traffic operations engineers monitor traffic signal actions in really time, and if necessary, they make real-time adjustments to traffic lights to control traffic flow. They usually reserve that ability for unexpected events, such as a crash that blocks traffic.
City of Bellingham traffic operations engineers monitor traffic signal actions in really time, and if necessary, they make real-time adjustments to traffic lights to control traffic flow. They usually reserve that ability for unexpected events, such as a crash that blocks traffic. Doug Dahl Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
City of Bellingham traffic operations engineers monitor traffic signal actions in really time, and if necessary, they make real-time adjustments to traffic lights to control traffic flow. They usually reserve that ability for unexpected events, such as a crash that blocks traffic. Doug Dahl Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

It’s not the timing of the lights causing traffic congestion; there are too many cars

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