New 'no turning' signs change Fordham traffic flow at Fordham Road, Webster Avenue

New "no turning" signs have gone up in Fordham, and are changing the flow of traffic at a busy intersection. The city's Department of Transportation

Transportation officials say the signs are meant to ease congestion and keep pedestrians safe.

Transportation officials say the signs are meant to ease congestion and keep pedestrians safe. (7/12/13)

THE BRONX - New "no turning" signs have gone up in Fordham, and are changing the flow of traffic at a busy intersection.

The city's Department of Transportation (DOT) says it put up the signs to ease congestion at Fordham Road and Webster Avenue, and to keep pedestrians safe.

Drivers say it's going to take some take some time to adjust to the new rules, and some are still trying to make turns where they aren’t supposed to.

The intersection isn't the only corner on the straight and narrow. The DOT says drivers are also no longer allowed to make turns at Webster and East Tremont avenues.
 

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