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Notice: Traffic Pattern Change under study for Fair and Cassingham

This article has been updated to reflect a delay in implementation of this change.

Based on a review of traffic conditions at Fair and Cassingham, the City's Service Department has worked in conjunction with the City's contracted traffic engineer to design a changed configuration at the intersection of Fair and Cassingham.  The pattern change as currently proposed would result in a 3-way stop involving Fair and the portion of Cassingham to the north of Fair.  Cassingham to the south of Fair would yield to oncoming traffic on Fair once installed.  This new configuration would streamline what was a "dog-leg" intersection with several blind spots.  

The City is continuing to receive feedback on the proposed change.  Once the finalized change is designed, installation would occur during a break in the school calendar in order to allow driver acclamation prior to the return of students to the Cassingham campus.

A diagram of the current proposal for the change to the intersection is below.

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