How do we get a multi-way stop?
In order to install a multi-way stop, per the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD), the traffic volumes approaching the intersection must be approximately equal. Although the following conditions can be considered:

  • Where traffic signals are justified, the multi-way stop can be installed as an interim measure while funding becomes available for the installation of the traffic signal.
  • Where an accident problem exists that is susceptible to correction by a multi-way stop.
  • Where two residential collectors of similar design and characteristics intersect, which would improve the operation of the intersection with a multi-way stop.
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