Intersection at U.S. 68 and KY 101 in Warren County to become four-way stop on Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Edmonson Voice Staff Report:
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to change the operation at the intersection of U.S. 68 Glasgow Road and KY 101 Smiths Grove-Scottsville Road in Warren County. The intersection will become a four-way stop. Currently only motorists on the KY 101 approaches to the intersection must stop.
The new four-way stop signage is expected to be installed today, Wednesday, May 1st. Over-sized dual mounted stop signs and over-sized dual mounted stop ahead signs will be installed on all four approaches to the intersection. Rumble strips will be installed on both U.S. 68 approaches, according to a press release from Ky Transportation Cabinet District 3. The flashing beacon will remain at the intersection, but the bulb color will be switched from yellow to red.
Message boards to inform motorists of the change were placed near the intersection last week. The change is being done to improve safety of the intersection.