Beginning Thursday, August 15, the City of Salina Public Works Department will be upgrading the South Ninth Street and Schilling Road traffic signals. The intersection will incorporate a flashing yellow arrow in all directions for left turns, similar to the signals at South Ninth Street and Magnolia Road (installed October 2018).
What the arrows mean:
Solid red arrow: Drivers intending to turn left must stop and wait. Do not enter the intersection to turn when a solid red arrow is being displayed.
Solid yellow arrow: The left-turn signal is about to change to red and drivers should be prepared to stop or complete a left turn if they are legally within the intersection and there is no conflicting traffic present.
Flashing yellow arrow: Drivers are allowed to turn left after yielding to all oncoming traffic and/or any pedestrians in the crosswalk.
Solid green arrow: Left turns have the right of way.