TOPEKA, Kan. -- With the completion of the SW 29th Street (Wanamaker-Urish) Improvement Project, the intersection at SW 21st Street and Indian Hills Road will be re-established as a 2-Way-Stop-controlled intersection, with SW 21st Street having free-flow traffic, as it was prior to the SW 29th Street project.
Advance notification signs have been in place for the past week and will remain in place for several days after the 2-Way-Stop has been re-established, according to Shawnee County Public Works.
The stop signs were removed by 8 a.m. Monday.
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