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.