BRADY TOWNNSHIP – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is alerting motorists to a change in signage at an intersection in Brady Township, Clearfield County.
A stop sign was placed on Saddle Club Road (Route 4010) at the intersection with Hatten Road (TR-360) Friday.
The purpose of the sign is to prevent motorists traveling on Saddle Club Road from passing through the intersection with Hatten Road without stopping.
Motorists will still be permitted to continue right on Saddle Club Road without stopping.
The new signs are enforceable effective immediately. Motorists are reminded to obey all regulatory signs.
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