Shelby County 12 and 22 intersection to reopen
FROM STAFF REPORTS
CALERA — Starting Monday, July 27, the newly realigned intersection of Shelby County 12 and Shelby County 22 in Calera is scheduled to reopen to traffic. The new traffic signal will be on flash mode for approximately one week.
Traffic on both the northbound and southbound lanes of Shelby County 12 will be required to stop during this time at the flashing red signal. Shelby County 22 eastbound and westbound through traffic will not be required to stop during this time, but will proceed cautiously through the flashing yellow signal.
On Tuesday, Aug. 4, the traffic signal will be fully activated and the intersection will operate as a standard four-way signalized intersection.
The Shelby County Highway Department urges drivers to use extreme caution during this transition.
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