York City installs new all-way stop signs

York Dispatch

The York City Department of Public Works has installed new stop signs at two intersections in the city, and the mayor wants everyone to know.

New all way stop signs are shown at South Duke and East Maple streets in York City, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017. Dawn J. Sagert photo

The new all-way stop signs have been placed at the corners of South Duke and East Maple streets and South Pine Street and Springdale Avenue, according to a news release from York City Mayor Kim Bracey’s office.

The speed limit in the city is 25 mph, Bracey said as a reminder to drivers, while the speed limit in school zones is 15 mph during the times posted on street signs.

“Speeding cars is one of the most frequent complaints received at City Hall, and motorists are asked to slow down and observe the speed limit,” Bracey said in the release.