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At-grade intersection


An at-grade intersection is a junction at which two or more transport axes cross at the same level (or grade).

Traffic management

With areas of high or fast traffic, an at-grade intersection normally requires a traffic control device such as a stop sign, traffic light or railway signal to manage conflicting traffic.

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