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Traffic signals will go up on Highway 22 at 32nd, 33rd and 34th streets Southwest, above, North Dakota Department of Transportation officials said Friday. The DOT said traffic could increase to the point where lights are needed at the intersections. The lights are scheduled to go up this summer as part of the Highway 22 expansion, which will turn it into a five-lane road.

Red light, green light: NDDOT to install traffic lights at 32nd, 33rd and 34th streets on Highway 22 in Dickinson

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A North Dakota Department of Transportation analysis of potential Highway 22 traffic following an expansion project has shown that the road will need lights that go red, yellow, green.

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"When we looked at it initially, it didn't have the volumes to support it, but now the traffic volumes are continuing to go up," said Larry Gangl, DOT Dickinson district engineer.

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