Survey on use of 4-way and reversed stop signs in residential areas.
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Survey on use of 4-way and reversed stop signs in residential areas.

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      Survey on use of four-way and reversed stop signs in residential areas
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      A nationwide questionnaire survey on use of 4-way stop signs and reversed stop signs to reduce through traffic in residential areas elicited responses from 141 governmental agencies including state highway departments, urban counties containing cities with a population of more than 150,000, and cities with a population of over 400,000. A tabulation of the responses showed that the public seems to favor the use of 4-way stop signs to discourage through traffic, though they are unwarranted by the MUTCD. The unwarranted 4-way stop sign is not recommended by most government agencies, but they use it because of public demand or political pressure. The survey showed that it may be possible to reduce MUTCD warrants for residential streets.
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