After almost two years a Grand Junction elementary school finally has a stoplight.
11 News first told you about concern from parents and teachers at Rocky Mountain Elementary School in December of 2007.
The school is one of few that doesn't have buses and parents told 11 News the intersection on D ½ Road in front of the school was dangerous.
After several project delays, complaints to the county, and several stories by our newsteam the school says it’s happy to see the light up and running.
The traffic light was just completed last month.
Rocky Mountain Elementary staffers say it's made a big difference in slowing cars down at the intersection.
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