New 4-way stop will be installed on Sixth Line, Six Nations
A new four-way stop is going to be installed at the intersection of Sixth Line and Oneida Road and will be in effect as of April 1, 2016.
Six Nations Public Works made the decision to install the new stop-signs and is also going to see that a speed limit reduction be implemented. When the stop comes into effect, the new speed limit in the area will be reduced to 60 kilometres per hour.
The changes come from safety concerns that have been recently presented due to traffic congestion and worries of potential car accidents.
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