New traffic lights installed at 2 Holland Township intersections

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HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Stop lights are replacing stop signs at two West Michigan intersections where several accidents have happened.

The Ottawa County Road Commisson says stoplights have been installed at the intersection of on Riley street at 104th and 112th Avenues.

The lights are currently flashing red meaning it’s a four-way stop.

Starting Tuesday the lights will be used as normal using the red, green, and yellow lights.

The road commission says the move is of course weather permitting.

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  • gonk

    Doesn’t the government realize how bad gas mileage gets when you stop and start (city mileage). Poor driving (accidents) can be corrected with stricter driver testing and more punitive repercussions for bad driving.