Traffic lights remain up at Sixth and Main

The intersection of Sixth and Main streets in downtown Lafayette will be getting a four-way stop and the city will be eliminating the current stop light. (WLFI Photo)
The intersection of Sixth and Main streets in downtown Lafayette will be getting a four-way stop and the city will be eliminating the current stop light. (WLFI Photo)

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – Traffic lights are still up at the intersection of Sixth and Main streets in Lafayette.

In May, the city decided to turn the intersection into a four-way stop. The lights have remained in place because of cameras that were installed on them.

Lafayette City Engineer Jenny Leshney said the city is waiting on the delivery of two new poles, which will hold the cameras. The cameras are needed for security purposes during festivals and other events.

Leshney said it could take up to 8 weeks before the signals are replaced.

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