The City of Burbank will be installing flashing yellow arrow signals to improve traffic flow. The new signal is designed to reduce delays while improving intersection efficiency and safety.
The City installed and evaluate the flashing yellow arrow signal at Olive Ave. at First St. in June 2016. Significant benefits were found and the City completed additional installations in Spring 2017.
After additional evaluation and observation, the City may install the flashing yellow arrow at additional locations.
A preliminary schedule is shown below:
|Olive Ave. at First St.||June 2016|
|Alameda Ave. at 134 ramp||March 2017|
|Glenoaks Blvd. at Scott Rd.||March 2017|
|Buena Vista St. at Alameda Ave.||April 2017|
|Buena Vista St. at Burbank Blvd.||April 2017|
|Buena Vista St. at Empire Ave.||April 2017|
|Buena Vista St. at Magnolia Blvd.||April 2017|
|Buena Vista St. at Olive Ave.||April 2017|
|Buena Vista St. at Verdugo Ave.||November 2017|
|Pass Ave. at Alameda Ave.||April 2019|
|Pass Ave. at Riverside Dr.||April 2019|
|Riverside Dr. at Hollywood Way||April 2019|
|Riverside Dr. at Olive Ave.||April 2019|
|Olive Ave. at Hollywood Way||April 2019|
|Olive Ave. at Lakeside Dr.||April 2019|
A Guide to the Yellow Flashing Turn Signal:
Solid Yellow–A yellow traffic signal light means “CAUTION.” The red traffic signal light is about to appear. When you see the yellow traffic signal light, stop if you can do so safely. If you cannot stop safely, cross the intersection cautiously.