Rural Champaign Co. intersection being made into 4-way stop: IDOT

ROYAL, Ill. (WCIA) — Traffic behavior at an intersection in rural Champaign County is going to be changing starting next week, IDOT and the Champaign County Highway Department announced.

IDOT and the CCHD said that on June 3, stop signs are going to be installed at the intersection of County Road 2100 N (also known as Royal Road) and County Road 2200 E (also known as St. Joe Road), located approximately four miles west of Royal Road. Currently, traffic does not have to stop on Royal Road at this intersection; now, all four directions of travel must stop there.

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People are advised to avoid the intersection on installation day; otherwise they can expect a delay in their travel. Drivers are urged to pay attention at the intersection, both on installation day as workers will be present and after due to the changed traffic conditions.

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