The City of Regina is improving pedestrian safety at three busy intersections by installing Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons.
Those beacons will be used as a warning device to bring drivers’ attention to pedestrians.
The three locations where the beacons will be installed are 13th and Scarth, Victoria and McIntyre and Saskatchewan Drive and Smith Street.
City crews are expected to finish installing these pedestrian beacons by the end of August. The city says the beacons are easy to install, require less space, have lower maintenance costs and have less impact on traffic flow.