At the intersection of Broad and Clay Street, drivers say they don't like to wait for a green light.
The Georgia Department of Transportation says the stoplights are working, but they are not done yet.
Grady Bryan, DOT Traffic Operations Manager, said, "Once the project is complete and the timing gets installed it shouldn't take over 30 days to get everything tweaked out."
You can help the DOT by stopping behind the thick white lines so a loop can sense your car. This sends a signal to the stoplight making the light turn green.
The DOT says a consultant designs the timing of the stoplights.
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