Here's another intersection meriting your attention while driving on East Second Street.

The traffic signal at East Second Street and Country Club Road will be on flash mode and will not properly cycle until electrical repairs are completed next week, according to a news release from the City of Casper's streets and traffic division.

Rocky Mountain Power and the city determined a service panel needs an upgrade.

The signal will have flashing yellow lights for east and westbound Second Street traffic.

It will flash red for northbound Country Club Road traffic.

The flashing red light operates as a stop sign, which may make left turns difficult during peak traffic hours.

Motorists who want to make left turns are encouraged to find an alternative route.

The nearest signalized intersections are East Fourth and Beverly streets, East Second and Beverly streets, and Second and Sun streets.

Earlier this week, the streets division announced it is beginning concrete work at the intersection of East Second and Elk streets.

For questions or additional information, contact the streets and traffic division at 307-235-8283.