§ 151.172  INTERSECTION VISIBILITY.
   (A)   Notwithstanding any other standard of this chapter, nothing shall be erected, placed, planted, or allowed to grow in such a manner as to impede or obstruct vision between a height of three feet and ten feet above the road crown within an imaginary area formed by a point on each street centerline located:
      (1)   One hundred feet from the intersection of local street centerlines and a third line connecting the two points; or
      (2)   One hundred thirty feet from the intersection of collector or higher category street centerlines and a third line connecting the two points.
   (B)   This provision may be modified by the Planning, Building and Development Director after consulting with the subject highway authority. (See Figure 151.172(B).)
Figure 151.172(B): Intersection Visibility
 
COMMENTARY:
The area described in §
151.172 shall be referred to as the “intersection visibility triangle”.
 
(Ord., § 9.8, passed 10-13-2009; Ord. passed 8-14-2012)