Traffic stops at the double red lights, known as “T” heads to traffic engineers, at the intersection of Wilmington and Morgan streets in downtown Raleigh on Monday evening. The City of Raleigh brought back these fixtures in 2012 to try to reduce red light runs at certain intersections. There are now four of them downtown, with the most recent installed Jan. 12.
Traffic stops at the double red lights, known as “T” heads to traffic engineers, at the intersection of Wilmington and Morgan streets in downtown Raleigh on Monday evening. The City of Raleigh brought back these fixtures in 2012 to try to reduce red light runs at certain intersections. There are now four of them downtown, with the most recent installed Jan. 12. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com
Traffic stops at the double red lights, known as “T” heads to traffic engineers, at the intersection of Wilmington and Morgan streets in downtown Raleigh on Monday evening. The City of Raleigh brought back these fixtures in 2012 to try to reduce red light runs at certain intersections. There are now four of them downtown, with the most recent installed Jan. 12. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com

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