The Maine Department of Transportation is seeking public input on its proposal to install four new traffic signals at one of the busiest intersections in Westbrook.

The public is invited to the meeting at 6 p.m. May 17 at Westbrook High School to hear about the proposal for the Cumberland Mills rotary.

State engineers want to install four traffic signals at the intersection of Main Street, Cumberland Street, Harnois Avenue and Warren Avenue.

Traffic from Warren Avenue, Cumberland Street by the Sappi paper mill and Main Street merge into the rotary, which moves traffic around a block of businesses that includes a Rite Aid pharmacy, the Time Out Sports Pub and a shoe repair business.

Pedestrians rarely cross the rotary because the traffic is so heavy. The state project calls for the traffic signals and pedestrian signals that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.