City of Ypsilanti

Posted on: September 6, 2016

HAWK Traffic Signal

The High-Intensity Activated crosswalk (HAWK) signal provides a protected pedestrian crossing as a way to increase safety.

It is only for pedestrian crossing and does not control traffic on side streets. The HAWK signal is activated through pushing a button, this causes flashing yelling lights that warn drivers that a pedestrian wishes to cross.

The signal then changes to a solid red to stop drivers. The solid red will then become a flashing red indicating to drivers they can pass through the intersection when it is safe to do so.

Follow the link below for a Guide on how to use the HAWK Signal

A Guide to using the HAWK System
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