LAS VEGAS - Many traffic lights are being converted to flashing yellow arrow signals for left turns. A viewer says one is needed at Harmon Avenue and Eastern Avenue.
A Quick Care facility sits near that intersection – causing many delays.
Flashing yellow arrows - which allow drivers to yield to "thru traffic", but turn left when there's an opening - have been used around the country since 2009. Clark County began installing them in 2011.
County officials say they will not, however, add one at Harmon and Eastern.
They say they are only adding flashing yellow lights at intersections with five-head signals. Harmon and Eastern does not have such a signal, so the intersection will not be receiving a flashing yellow light.
Hundreds of other intersections have already received flashing yellow lights, and more intersections will get them in the next phase of the project.