What Are Flashing Yellow Arrow Left Turn Signals?
How do the signals work?
Day Time (Peak) Hours:
- Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) left turn signals have the capability of changing from permissive left turn signals to protected left turn signals.
Night Time (Off-Peak) Hours:
- Most traffic signals will have a flashing yellow left turn arrow during night time operation (see below for exceptions).
| Due to high traffic volumes and the need to maintain motorist safety, FM 1938/Southlake Boulevard will remain PROTECTED LEFT at all times:
What do the arrows mean?
- Steady red arrow = Stop. No left turns allowed.
- Steady yellow arrow = Prepare to stop.
- Flashing yellow arrow = Left turns allowed, but must yield to oncoming traffic.
- Steady green arrow = Left turns allowed and protected.
|Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) traffic signals are becoming more common around the Metroplex. The cities that now have FYA left turns in operation (or will soon have them) include:
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For additional information contact:
TxDOT, Communications Division: 817-370-6630
City of Southlake, Public Works: 817-748-9098