Adaptive Traffic Signal Technology Activated on Minnesota Avenue Next Week: News Conference on Monday

What:  News conference to announce the activation of adaptive traffic signal technology on Minnesota Avenue  
When:  Monday, August 7, 2017
3 p.m.  
Where:     Intersection of 33rd Street and Minnesota Avenue
Avera Home Medical Equipment parking lot  
Who:  Mark Cotter, Director of Public Works
Heath Hoftiezer, Principal Traffic Engineer 
Why:  Sioux Falls was the first community in South Dakota to install adaptive traffic signal technology in early 2014. Its use on East 26th Street has made a positive impact on traffic flow in this well-traveled corridor, as well as reducing the number of crashes and decreasing fuel consumption for our residents and visitors. Come to the news conference to learn more about this technology and how its use will be expanded onto Minnesota Avenue starting next week.  
Visuals:  Maps of the three corridors where adaptive traffic signals will be in use  
If an ADA accommodation is needed, please contact the Human Relations Office at 605-367-8745 or humanrelations@siouxfalls.org.