New traffic signal at Highway 79 at Brushy Creek Plant Road expected to go live this month
Responsible preparation allowed the City of Round Rock to keep all traffic signals functioning throughout the recent ice storm event. That being said, a new traffic signal at the intersection of Highway 79 and Brushy Creek Plant Road was in the process of being installed and was awaiting power until recently. Crews are working to bring this signal online ahead of schedule, but it will remain in flash mode while the City works with Union Pacific to initiate proper signal operation due to its location next to the railroad tracks.
The flashing yellow signals means drivers on Highway 79 do not need to stop. Cross traffic will have a red flashing signal and will still need to stop and wait until it is safe to proceed. All drivers should remain alert at this intersection.
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Source: City of Round Rock