V C Section 21351.5 Stop Signs at Railroad Crossings

Stop Signs at Railroad Crossings

21351.5.  The Department of Transportation or local authorities, with respect to highways under their respective jurisdictions, may erect stop signs to require the traffic on a highway to stop before crossing any railroad grade crossing designated by the agency having jurisdiction of the highway as a major crossing with a demonstrated need for stop signs, except a railroad grade crossing which is controlled by automatic signals, gates, or other train-actuated control devices.

Added Ch. 58, Stats. 1974. Effective March 8, 1974 by terms of an urgency clause.