10.32.010    Emerging from alley or private driveway.

10.32.020    Arterial highway s designated.

10.32.030    Authority to erect stop signs.

10.32.040    Intersections where stop required.

10.32.050    Stop sign design.

10.32.060    Stop when traffic obstructed.

10.32.070    Obedience to signal indicating approach of railroad train.

10.32.010 Emerging from alley or private driveway.

No vehicle shall back into or out of an alley, except when same is obstructed. No driver shall enter any street at any point other than a street intersection at a rate of speed exceeding five miles an hour, nor operate a vehicle in excess of fifteen miles per hour in any alley. (Ord 215 §37, 1952)

10.32.020 Arterial highway s designated.

Those streets and parts of streets described in Chapter 12.16 are hereby declared to be arterial highways for the purpose of this chapter. (Ord 215 §38, 1952)

10.32.030 Authority to erect stop signs.

Except on the streets that form a part of the route of a primary or a secondary state highway upon which the state law requires the director of highways to install, operate, maintain, and control traffic control devices, whenever any ordinance of this City designates and describes an arterial highway, it shall be the duty of the City Traffic Engineer to place and maintain a stop sign on each and every street intersecting the arterial highway or intersecting that portion thereof described and designated as such by any ordinance of this City. (Ord 215 §39, 1952)

10.32.040 Intersections where stop required.

The City Traffic Engineer is hereby authorized to determine and designate intersections where particular hazard exists upon other than arterial highways and to determine whether vehicles shall stop at one or more entrances to any such stop intersection, and shall erect a stop sign at every place where a stop is required. (Ord 215 §40, 1952)

10.32.050 Stop sign design.

Every stop sign shall be of the standard design adopted by the director of highways. (Ord 215 §41, 1952)

10.32.060 Stop when traffic obstructed.

No operator shall enter an intersection or a marked crosswalk unless there is sufficient space on the other side of-the intersection or crosswalk to accommodate the vehicle he is operating without obstructing the passage of other vehicles or pedestrians, notwithstanding any traffic control signal indication to proceed. (Ord 215 §42, 1952)

10.32.070 Obedience to signal indicating approach of railroad train.

No person shall drive any vehicle through, around, or under any crossing gate or barrier at a railroad grade crossing while the gate or barrier is closed or is being opened or closed. (Ord 215 §43, 1952)