Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- Several of you have emailed our newsroom wanting to know what’s happening at the intersection of Hiawatha Boulevard and Pulaski Street in Syracuse.
Many say they have been held up by a temporary four-way stop at the intersection and hope it isn’t a permanent change.
Well, it’s not. According to DPW Commissioner Pete O’Connor, the traffic light at the intersection was hit by a truck exiting the sewer treatment plant. As a result, all the signal heads, electrical wires and span wire that holds the signal heads must be replaced. The city is in the process of securing quotes for that work and the commissioner expects the traffic light will again be functional within one to two weeks.Got a question for the Your Stories team? We’ll try to answer it. Call 446-9900 or email YourStories@9WSYR.com.