Millions of dollars in state-of-the-art traffic light systems have been installed around Dayton in an effort to get you to where you’re going faster and help the environment.
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Where are the advanced traffic lights?
Local cities with advanced signal systems that can include automated signal adjustment based on traffic volumes, ability to adjust signals from a city office desktop, and signal coordination with emergency vehicles like ambulances.
Online: Find out where other construction zones are in the Miami Valley, watch traffic cameras and find out where the cheap gas is on our new online traffic page at WHIO.com
On Twitter: Get the latest local traffic updates at @WHIOtraffic.
On the radio: Sgt. Mark Bowron has traffic updates for your morning commute every 6 minutes from 5-9 on News 95.7 FM and AM 1290.