Two intersections, 5th St at Hwy 3 and 2nd St at Hwy 3, now have accessible pedestrian signals that countdown the number of seconds remaining before the lights change. But they’re not quite ready. According to this KYMN June 23 news report:
MnDOT project engineer, Kyle Lake says the new signals will improve accessibility, specifically for the disabled. The push-button signals will vibrate and make noise to assist blind and deaf pedestrians cross the street.
July 6 is targeted for the remainder of the installation. More info: Nfld News June 22.