MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Another red light is going up on a busy road in East Montgomery and it may be the first of several new stop lights designed to make you safer.
The new light is going up at Taylor Road at Winton Blount Boulevard - near the Atlanta Highway. That's right where Montgomery's main post office is located.
A new red light typically costs between $125,000 and $150,000, but the city won't be feeling the heat for this light. The costs were offset by ATS - the company that oversees the city's red light camera.
A red light camera will also be added to this intersection.
The new light should be installed in about a week and will start in "flash mode." It will be fully operational in about two weeks.
Several other red lights may be going up on Vaughn Road between Montgomery Catholic High School and Saint James, at Wynlakes Boulevard, and at the entrance to the Deer Creek subdivision.