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PennDOT to Install a New Stop Sign Configuration in Jackson Township, Dauphin County


​Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will install a new stop sign configuration on Wednesday, December 4, at the intersection of Rutter Road (State Route 4004) and Enders Road (State Routes 4001 and 4006) in Jackson Township, Dauphin County. Currently, motorists have stop signs on the eastbound and westbound sections of Rutter Road. The new configuration will include stop signs on Enders Road in the northbound and southbound directions.

This new stop condition on Enders Road will be marked by “Stop Ahead” signs with flashing amber lights, as well as flashing red lights on the new stop signs. The amber lights will remain in place for 30 days and the red lights will remain in place for 60 days, after which time, the flashing lights will be removed.

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Source: PennDOT Engineering District 8