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Installation of pedestrian control lights at the corner of Garden and Mason Streets (by Radcliffe's Fay House) is the first in a series of measures to improve traffic conditions for Annex students.
President Jordan yesterday announced the agreement between Radcliffe and the City of Cambridge to install the lights. The College, he said, will bear one-half of the expense.
Jordan also stated that a more difficult traffic problem is at Arsenal Square (the intersection of Garden Street and Council Avenue) and is still being studied by the State. Under the present setup, the city stations a traffic officer at the square from 8 to 9 a.m. to direct pedestrian crossing.
"Stop" signs were painted at the entry ways to the Arsenal Square intersection last year to head off speeding traffic. Since cars were not observing the stop signs, it was found necessary to revise safety measures.
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