Erie Boulevard West at Hiawatha Boulevard West
Here is another speciman from the Syracuse Class of 1973. Hiawatha Boulevard
West ends at Erie Boulevard West, which itself runs on the old canal bed.
This intersection has one special oddity, which you can better see in
the photo at left: The control boxes are mounted immediately on
top of the signals instead of mounted directly under the mast.
Normally, this does not happen.
The intersection also has its original configuration, because the right-turn
arrow is a non-LED arrow; hence, there is no yellow arrow sequence. Some
1973-vintage signals have undergone alterations of one sort or another.
Photos taken 21 April 2003.