Temporary T-turnarounds may be required at the end of streets that are intended for extension when a subsequent phase of subdivision is developed or when the abutting parcel is developed. The terminus of a T-turnaround must comply with the following minimum standards.
   (A)   The T must be at right angles to the main street.
   (B)   Each wing of the T must be at least 20 feet long, plus one-half the main street pavement width, measured from the center of the right-of-way. See the figure below.
   (C)   The right-of-way width must be at least as wide as the main street’s right-of-way.
   (D)   At the time that a street is connected or extended, temporary T-turnarounds must be removed by the road authority or by the developer proposing the connection or extension.
(Ord. passed 7-8-1970; Res. 09-167, passed 6-18-2009)