Visibility Clearance at Intersections

A space, approximately triangular in shape on a corner lot in which nothing is permitted to be built, placed or grown in a way that would impede visibility. Its purpose is to assure that vehicles and pedestrians have adequate and safe visibility, for example, to let drivers see children on bicycles. The cut-off usually is […]
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