Whitpain Township has approved 19 intersections throughout the township to install stop signs.
The two main stop signs that were the subject of a public hearing on Oct. 2, Yost Rd. at Cortez Rd. and Oak Street and Railroad Ave. in West Ambler.
According to a report in the Ambler Gazette, the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the ordinance at the Tuesday meeting.
The intersection of Yost Rd. and Cortez Rd. will create a three way stop and add increased signage including "line markings, a flashing warning device and other signs along Yost to warn drivers of the upcoming stop signs."
In West Ambler, the ordinance will add a three way stop at Oak St. and Railroad Ave.
Originally in the ordinance was a stop sign at the intersection of Wentz Rd. and Plowshare Rd. and Cherry Rd., creating a four way stop.
Questions and concerns from residents about the intersection caused the township to revise the ordinance and remove the intersection.