Flashing yellow left turn signals now on Junction Boulevard

Updated June 21, 2021
Have you ever had to wait at a red light to turn left when there were no cars coming and it was clear to go? The solution is a type of traffic signal with a flashing yellow left turn arrow. 

When the yellow arrow flashes, you are allowed to cautiously enter the intersection to make your turn after yielding to oncoming traffic, including pedestrians and bicyclists. Remember, oncoming traffic has a green light. 

You'll notice that the flashing yellow arrow will be inactive around school start and end times. Also, when the pedestrian button is activated, the signal will switch to protected turns only. 

The week of June 28, traffic signals with this feature were activated at the following intersections: 
•  Eastbound Baseline at Junction Boulevard;
•  Eastbound and westbound Junction at Country Club Drive;
•  Eastbound Junction at Revere Drive; and
•  Eastbound and westbound Junction at Sawtell Road/Porter Drive.

Roseville’s first flashing yellow arrow was added in 2016 at Industrial Avenue and Freedom Way, followed in early 2020 by several along Foothills Boulevard. 

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