2010 Maryland Code
TITLE 21 - VEHICLE LAWS - RULES OF THE ROAD
Subtitle 2 - Traffic Signs, Signals, and Markings
Section 21-209 - Requirements for vehicular traffic approaching highway exit ramp with nonfunctioning traffic control signal.
§ 21-209. Requirements for vehicular traffic approaching highway exit ramp with nonfunctioning traffic control signal.
Vehicular traffic approaching a highway from an exit ramp from an expressway, as defined in § 21-101(k) of this title, and facing a nonfunctioning traffic control signal at the intersection of the exit ramp and the highway shall:
(i) At a clearly marked stop line;
(ii) If there is no clearly marked stop line, before entering any crosswalk; or
(iii) If there is no crosswalk, before entering the highway; and
(2) Remain stopped until it is safe to continue onto the highway.
[2007, ch. 582.]
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