Section 25-46 Intersections.

(a) Streets shall intersect one another at as near a ninety-degree
angle as possible. No
intersection of streets at angles less than sixty (60) degrees shall be approved.

(b) When streets intersect at a ninety-degree angle or when
a street intersects with a cul-de-sac
terminal bulb, the intersection right-of-way lines shall be rounded by a curve with a radius of not
less than twenty (20) feet for residential streets and not less than thirty (30) feet for
nonresidential streets.

(c) When streets intersect at an angle of less than ninety
(90) degrees, the director of public
works may require the intersecting right-of-way lines to be rounded by a curve with a radius
greater than, required for streets intersecting, at a ninety-degree angle.

(d) The intersection of more than two (2) streets at, any
one (1) point shall be avoided except
where necessary; to secure a proper street system.

(e) Intersecting streets shall have center lines as nearly
straight as possible. Streets with center
line offsets at intersections shall be offset by less than five (5) feet or more than one hundred
twenty-five (125) feet.

(Code 1964, § 19.544(2)(D); Ord. No. 10099, § 1, 3-5-84)