If your drive to work or the supermarket takes you through some of Palm Beach County’s 1,000-plus traffic signals, you soon will have some extra time to decide what to do.
The Florida Department of Transportation, in a recent memo to district traffic managers, said all yellow lights on roads managed by the state, and those lights with red-light cameras, will add 0.4 of a second to the formula used to set the duration of yellow lights. Palm Beach County officials said they received notification from FDOT and will make the same changes on county-run intersections.
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Staff writers Sonja Isger, Jennifer Sorentrue and Chris Alcantara contributed to this story.