Pending final approval by City Hall, new signs with lane control information will be installed in three areas that may currently be confusing for drivers.
Senior Traffic Analyst Norman Kyle says city council was approached by concerned citizens last fall.
“It was a concern from some of the residents that lived on the street there that the general public did not understand that they were allowed to park their vehicles overnight or during the day when it wasn’t those peak times.”
The signs will be put up on 92nd Street westbound at 100th Ave and south bound as 104th Ave, as well as on 100th Ave at 96th Street.
Photo: The lane control signs will likely look like this, with the addition of the words “one lane only”.