Marshall County Commissioners to Keep Stop Signs at RR Crossings

The Marshall County Commissioners like the stop signs at all railroad crossings in the county and they have no plans of amending that decision.

Highway Superintendent Neal Haeck told the commissioners Monday that if they would like to change the stop signs to yield signs, they will need to have a review and traffic study completed by the Indiana Department of Transportation-LaPorte District. Commission President Kevin Overmyer told Haeck that they don’t intend on taking out the stop signs and would like to make sure INDOT receives a letter stating that intention.

Every railroad crossing has a stop sign with the exception of the crossings that have gates.