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If You Drive on Reseda Blvd...

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Then happier days are maybe to come... "Traffic signals at 70 intersections around Reseda Boulevard will begin getting synchronization makeovers thanks to money from a $20 billion voter-approved bond," reports the Daily News. "It will take 18 months before commuters see the benefits of the $8.5 million project, a real-time, computer-based traffic signal system that cuts delay time at intersections." Other streets included will be within Lassen Street to the north, Roscoe Boulevard to the south, Hayvenhurst Avenue to the east and Vanalden Avenue to the west.