Traffic signal in Providence, KY to be removed

A traffic signal in Providence, Kentucky will be removed and replaced with four-way stop signs.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet began a study on the intersection of KY 109/Broadway and KY 120/Main Street in July.

The signal was put on flashing mode and functioned as a four-way stop.

Engineers say data gathered during the past three months confirmed that a traffic signal was no longer needed at the intersection. During the study, police only responded to one crash.

The City of Providence has started to remove the traffic signal. 

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