§ 154.126  ACCESS CONTROL.
   (A)   Subdivision entrances for residential uses and major entrances for commercial, industrial and institutional uses must be located a minimum distance of 1,320 feet apart on state and county highways and arterial streets designated by local governments, unless topography or already existing street locations can be shown to dictate otherwise.
   (B)   Subdivision entrances for residential uses and major entrances for commercial, industrial and institutional uses may not be located within 500 feet of an at-grade railroad crossing.
   (C)   If a subdivision borders on or contains a limited access street or other major street, the Chief Subdivision Engineer is authorized to require a frontage road or lots that back onto the major street with a right-of-way with a no-access reservation (See also § 154.103(C)).
   (D)   If a subdivision borders on or contains a railroad right-of-way, the Chief Subdivision Engineer is authorized to require a frontage road located approximately parallel to and at least one lot depth distance from each side of the right-of-way.
(Ord. passed 7-8-1970; Res. 09-167, passed 6-18-2009)