Mesa installed flashing yellow left turn arrow signals that started Wednesday for north and southbound traffic at the intersection of Country Club Drive and Juanita Avenue.
According to a release, this is the fourth location in the city to receive the flashing signals.
“When the yellow arrow is flashing, that means left turns are permitted, but motorists must first yield to oncoming traffic and pedestrians before proceeding through the intersection,” the release states.
Flashing yellow left turn arrow signals are currently operating at Gilbert Road and Inverness Avenue, Ellsworth Road and US 60, and Signal Butte Road and US 60.
The city is considering additional locations, including the intersections of Baseline and Lindsay roads, Broadway Road and Stapley Drive; and Broadway and Higley roads.