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UPDATE: Traffic lights at West and La Crosse back in service

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Shery Awan of Barricade Flasher Service Inc. puts up a temporary stop sign in this 2018 Tribune file photo, on the newly opened Sixth Street, just in time for move-in day for The Hub. The 95-unit and 18-condominium housing complex with 6,000 square feet of ground-level commercial space was created out of the former La Crosse County administrative center.

The traffic signals at West Avenue and La Crosse Street were temporarily offline due to unforeseen utility work, the city of La Crosse Engineering Department said Friday.

The city said the outage was due to an "emergency pole and transformer replacement" on the line that provides power to the traffic signal. The work is being done by Xcel Energy.

The city was encouraging drivers to use alternative routes, such as Copeland Avenue, Losey Boulevard or State Highway 16.

This is a developing story and may be updated.


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