Automated flagman signals used Wednesday in Fulton

A Missouri Department of Transportation automated flagman signal stops traffic Wednesday on Route F just west of Westminster Avenue in Fulton during bridge deck repairs. Chuck Sullivan, Central District resident engineer, said the automated signals have been in use for about three years.

A Missouri Department of Transportation automated flagman signal stops traffic Wednesday on Route F just west of Westminster Avenue in Fulton during bridge deck repairs. Chuck Sullivan, Central District resident engineer, said the automated signals have been in use for about three years. Photo by Don Norfleet.

Two mechanized automated flagman devices were used by Missouri Department of Transportation maintenance crews Wednesday in Fulton.

Crews made deck repairs on a bridge along Route F just west of Westminster Avenue in Fulton.

Chuck Sullivan, MoDOT Central District resident engineer, said the automated devices have been in use for about three years. He said the Central District has only a few of the automated flagmen devices.

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