Stop signs added at dangerous Norwalk intersection

Devices aim to potentially reduce crashes
Register
Aug 9, 2014

Norwalk officials added stop signs at each side of a four-way intersection at Jefferson and Newton streets.

"This is to address the southeast 'blind' corner and spacing/offset of the existing stop sign due to the railroad tracks," according to a release from Josh Snyder, Norwalk's public works director. "The city anticipates this will improve safety of drivers in both directions at this intersection."

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