Posted November 02, 2018 04:23:16As of November 3, Houston will have two traffic lights: red traffic lights and blue traffic lights.
Red traffic lights will be lit during the night and will be activated when traffic is expected to be light-heavy.
Blue traffic lights, which are activated by a signal on a roadway, will be dimmed during the day and activated at night.
Both traffic lights are activated at the request of the driver.
They will remain lit during traffic jams and when it is safe to do so.
If you’re heading north, northbound traffic should be able to travel through the blue traffic light while traveling southbound traffic shouldn’t have a problem getting through.
In fact, Houston has been using red traffic signals for more than a century.
The city has been operating traffic lights since 1897.
“Houstonians love red traffic.
The light is so easy to see and so bright.
It’s a safety signal,” said city spokesperson Joe Harris.
Harris said that Houston has about 3,000 traffic signals.
The lights will change from the way they are now to what they will look like when the lights are lit.
“We are still working out the details and it will be an adjustment,” Harris said.
“You can always turn on your lights during the week and turn them off during the weekends, but it’s going to be more of a seasonal thing,” he added.
The change in the lights comes after years of studies and data.
A 2015 study by the Harris County Transportation Authority found that the red traffic signal on the north side of the Brazos River is the least effective way to slow traffic on that side of town.
The study, conducted by the transportation authority and the city, found that in a 30-mile stretch of the river, red traffic lighting could save drivers more than $100,000 per year.
Harris said that because the city is the city of light and light is the health of the city the city needs to get it right with its traffic signals.
“It’s really important that we know what works for us, so that when we move forward, we can make sure we can get the most bang for our buck,” Harris told the Houston Chronicle.
Harris says the traffic light changes will have a major impact on the daily lives of the citizens of Houston.
“It’s going the right direction,” Harris added.