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City urges caution as traffic signal is repaired at Michigan and Clinton

Motorists traveling through Michigan Avenue and Clinton Street are being cautioned to treat the intersection as a four-way stop until a malfunctioning traffic signal can be repaired.

A spokesman for Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown Wednesday said the traffic signal at that intersection is perpetually flashing red for traffic traveling in all directions. Crews are working to make the necessary repairs to the signal, but it could take a few days before the work is completed, he added.

In addition, construction has restarted on the second phase of the Niagara Street streetscape project from Virginia Street to Porter Avenue. Work includes the installation of new sidewalks, curbing and street paving. Work on the project is expected to be completed by late summer, the spokesman said. Motorists are being advised to anticipate restricted lanes and possible delays in both directions while the work is being completed.

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