Removal of Multiway Stop Signs with Minimum Hazard, Volume 2
U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 1985 - Stop signs
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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30 political jurisdictions 30-inch stop signs blue for category CAUTION SIGN CONDUCT TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Control Devices Handbook Control of Non-Signalized CONVERTED MULTIWAY STOP EXISTING FOUR-WAY STOP Federal Highway Administration FHWA form of control FOUR-WAY STOP INTERSECTION intersecting street's curb INTERSECTION WITH NOTICE lesser forms Manual on Uniform Maryland Midwest Research Institute minimum hazard minor street motorists multiway stop intersection multiway stop sign MUTCD warrants NCHRP Report 219 Non-Signalized Intersections notice signs Observance studies Overall Sign Dimensions pavement markings removal political jurisdictions throughout R&D is concerned recommended procedures Reevaluation of Traffic remaining stop signs required to stop Research and Development Rl-3 SIGN Safety sight distance SIGN FOR APPROACH SIGN FOR MAJOR sign in figure SIGNS IN PLACE STOP AFTER MULTIWAY STOP INTERSECTION CONVERSION stop line stop sign removals street's curb line supplementary plates supplementary signs TRAF Traffic Conflicts Analysis Traffic Control Devices TRAFFIC ENGINEERING STUDIES two-way Uniform Traffic Control unwarranted stop