Removal of Multiway Stop Signs with Minimum Hazard, Volume 2

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U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 1985 - Stop signs
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This study reports on the experience of more than 30 political jurisdictions throughout the United States which have converted multiway, stop sign-controlled intersections to lesser forms of controls. In all instances, those officials interviewed during field visits reported converting 4-way or 3-way stop intersections to 2-way or 1-way stop intersections. A great variety of procedures and accompanying notice, caution, and warning signs were found to have been used in the conversion of the more than 172 intersections studied.

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