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Signs of Summer: Island’s Traffic Lights Back On as of Friday



In a sure sign that summer can’t be too far off, traffic lights on Ocean County’s northern barrier island were reactivated Friday – an annual event that causes a bit of confusion for locals and makes things feel a bit more familiar to visitors used to the busy summer season.

The traffic lights along Route 35 that flash amber during much of the fall, the winter and a portion of spring, were reactivated by the state Department of Transportation on Friday. Speed limits, however, generally remain at their “off-season” levels for a short time after the signal reactivation and have not yet been lowered.

Traffic lights reactivated on Ocean County's northern barrier island, April 14, 2023. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

Traffic lights reactivated on Ocean County’s northern barrier island, April 14, 2023. (Photo: Daniel Nee)



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Traffic lights reactivated on Ocean County's northern barrier island, April 14, 2023. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

Traffic lights reactivated on Ocean County’s northern barrier island, April 14, 2023. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

Lights from Brick Township to Seaside Park are now activated along with crosswalk signals and cross touch sensors. A few intersections do remain active year-round, such as Washington Avenue in Lavallette, the location of borough hall and Lavallette Elementary School. Seaside Heights’ lights also remain activate year-round.




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