stop signs

All-way stop signs reduce crashes by one-third

By Chris McCahill From 2009 to 2016, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) in Washington, DC, converted 60 intersections from two-way stops (allowing free flow on the major route) to all-way stop control. A new study in the Transportation Research Record looks at 53 of those

Kansas City faces public backlash over traffic signal removal plans

By Bill Holloway Kansas City, Missouri, is facing public backlash after embarking on a project to replace 144 of its aging traffic signals with stop signs at intersections where traffic has declined. As reported by the Kansas City Star, the signals that the City is planning to remove are 50–60