The Burdekin Shire Council has voted to remove the give way signs along Ninth Avenue, Home Hill.
Technical Services Manager Kevin Byers said Council would progressively remove the temporary signs over the next week.
“These signs were erected in August last year along Ninth Avenue on Second, Fourth, Sixth and Eighth streets to allow highway traffic to pass through Home Hill during the Eighth Avenue drainage works,” he said.
“They were always a temporary measure and Council has resolved to remove these signs.
“The intersections will revert to uncontrolled intersections at which all traffic will have to give way to their right.”
Council will place “Changed Traffic Conditions” signs at intersections to ensure motorists are aware of the change.