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67 Pa. Code § 212.113. One-way streets.

§ 212.113. One-way streets.

 A one-way street may be established if the following conditions are satisfied:

   (1)  The traffic flow can be accommodated in both directions. Whenever possible, an adjacent parallel street should be used to form a one-way couplet.

   (2)  The street has a reasonable number of intersections for entrance to or exit from the one-way street or one-way system.

   (3)  The roadways at the terminal points of the one-way street provide satisfactory transitions to and from the two-way operation.

   (4)  There will be a reduction of intersection delays.

   (5)  Existing bus routes can be satisfactorily accommodated.

   (6)  Emergency vehicles can reasonably and expeditiously reach their destinations.

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