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Posted on: November 4, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Intersection of W. Mountain Street and S. Church Avenue to Become All Way Stop

Church and Mountain All Way Stop




November 4, 2020      


Contact: Chris Brown 

City Engineer

Engineering Division



Intersection of W. Mountain Street and S. Church Avenue to Become All Way Stop

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.— The City of Fayetteville Transportation Department is installing stop signs and turning the intersection of W. Mountain Street and S. Church Avenue into an all way stop on Monday, November 9.


The change is happening as sidewalk renovations occur on Church Avenue, between Mountain and Spring Streets. The construction will be completed by the end of the year and is part of a voter-approved 2019 bond project to improve walkability in Downtown Fayetteville with wider sidewalks, curb ramps, crosswalks, and more.


Sign installation will include a supplemental ALL WAY plaque below each of the four stop signs. 


The Fayetteville Police Department advises of the following procedures for all way intersections:

  • Vehicle Right of Way – The first vehicle that approaches the intersection, is the first vehicle to proceed after coming to a complete stop. If two vehicles reach the intersection simultaneously, the vehicle on the left must yield the right of way to the vehicle on the right.
  • Vehicle Turn Signals  Drivers must use their turn signal 100 feet prior to the intersection. 
  • Pedestrian Traffic – If a crosswalk is marked, the pedestrian will always have the right of way over vehicles. If there is not a marked crosswalk, vehicles shall have the right of way, with due caution to pedestrians. 
  • Bicycle Traffic – Cyclists are granted the rights of pedestrians only if they dismount and walk their bicycle at an intersection. In April 2019, Arkansas adopted the “Idaho Stop” law. This allows bicyclists to treat stop signs as yields and red lights as stop signs.


For additional information on the City’s traffic control program, visit this webpage or contact the Transportation Division office at 479-575-8228. Office hours are 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.



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