Traffic control is about to change in one part of Hernando, starting Monday, June 7.
City officials said the move is in preparation for the opening of the new part of McIngvale Road south of the Green T Road intersection.
Beginning Monday, officials say the contractors for the McIngvale Road realignment project will place permanent stop signs for eastbound and westbound traffic on Green T Road at the intersection of McIngvale Road and the new McIngvale being built east of Hernando Hills Elementary School.
The three-way stop sign control will remain there until the new section is completed. At that time, the stop sign for southbound traffic coming in on McIngvale will be removed, making for a thorough arterial roadway north and southbound. The Green T stop signs at the intersection will remain.
The McIngvale realignment is part of the larger project that also includes the completion of the McIngvale Road interchange on I-269.