City of Mission, KS
Johnson County
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Section 315.010 Through Streets.

[Code 1974 §14-227; CC 2000 §14-203]
In accordance with the provisions of Section 59 of the Standard Traffic Ordinance and when signs are erected giving notice thereof, drivers of vehicles shall stop or yield, as the sign directs, at every intersection before entering any of the following streets or parts of streets which are hereby designated through streets: Johnson Drive, Martway, U.S. 56 Highway, Lamar, Nall Avenue and Foxridge Drive.

Section 315.020 Main Trafficways.

[Code 1974 §13-112; Code 1983; CC 2000 §14-601]
The following streets or portions of streets are hereby designated as main trafficways, the primary functions of which are and shall be the movement of through traffic between the areas of concentrated activity within the City and also between such areas within the City and traffic facilities outside the City performing the function of major trafficways: Nall Avenue, Lamar Avenue, Johnson Drive, Martway, Foxridge Drive, 51st Street, 53rd Street, 55th Street, 58th Street, 67th Street, Roe Avenue and Broadmoor from 56th to 61st Street and Woodson Road from 51st to 61st Street.

Section 315.030 Stop Intersections Other Than On Through Streets.

[Code 1974 §14-228; CC 2000 §14-204]
In accordance with the provisions of Section 59 of the Standard Traffic Ordinance, the following intersections are hereby designated as stop intersections; and when signs are erected at one (1) or more entrances as stated, the drivers of vehicles shall stop as provided by said Section 59 before entering the intersection: Johnson Drive, Martway, U.S. 56 Highway, Lamar, Nall Avenue and Foxridge Drive.

Section 315.040 Trucks Prohibited On Certain Streets — Prohibited During Certain Hours.

[Code 1974 §14-220; Ord. No. 536, 12-28-1977; Ord. No. 667, 2-13-1985; CC 2000 §14-202; Ord. No. 992 §14-202, 5-10-2000]
A. 
No person shall at any time drive a motor truck of one (1) ton or more upon any of the streets of Mission, except the following named streets: Johnson Drive, Martway, U.S. 56 Highway, Lamar, Nall Avenue, Foxridge Drive, Roeland Drive, Squibb Road, Broadmoor from 56th Street to 61st Street and Barkley Street from 58th Street to Martway. This prohibition shall not apply to motor trucks constructed for the purpose of carrying passengers. Further, vehicles carrying goods, merchandise or other articles to and from any house or premises abutting upon any street, vehicles engaged in the repair or construction of streets, upon which vehicles other than passenger vehicles are prohibited, shall be permitted to enter thereon at the cross street nearest to the house or premises in the direction in which the vehicles are moving and deliver or receive such goods, merchandise or other articles or repair or remove such damaged or stalled motorcars, but such vehicle shall not proceed on said street farther than the nearest street thereafter. Such deliveries and pickups shall only be permitted between the hours of 7:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. when made within two hundred (200) feet of residential property.
B. 
No owner of a motor vehicle of a State licensing rating of one (1) ton or more shall allow the vehicle to be driven or parked on any private property abutting any City street except: Johnson Drive, Martway, U.S. 56 Highway, Lamar, Nall Avenue, Foxridge Drive, Roeland Drive, Squibb Road, Broadmoor from 56th Street to 61st Street and Barkley Street from 58th Street to Martway. This prohibition shall not apply to motor trucks constructed for the purpose of carrying passengers. Further, vehicles carrying goods, merchandise or other articles to and from any house or premises abutting upon any street, vehicles engaged in the repair or construction of streets, upon which vehicles other than passenger vehicles are prohibited, shall be permitted to enter thereon at the cross street nearest to the house or premises in the direction in which the vehicles are moving and deliver or receive such goods, merchandise or other articles or repair or remove such damaged or stalled motorcars; but such vehicle shall not proceed on said street farther than the nearest street thereafter.

Section 315.050 Snow Emergency — Driving and Parking Restrictions.

[Ord. No. 573, 4-11-1979; CC 2000 §14-207]
A. 
Driving Emergency. When snow, sleet or freezing rain is causing slippery or hazardous conditions which might lead to serious traffic emergency and until such emergency is terminated, no person shall operate a motor vehicle on any street in such manner or in such condition as to allow or permit such vehicle to become stalled by reason of the fact that the driving wheels of such vehicle are not equipped with effective tire chains or snow tires.
B. 
Parking Emergency. Whenever snow has accumulated or there is a possibility that snow will accumulate, all vehicles parked on streets must be removed upon either of the following conditions:
1. 
When snow has accumulated to a depth of four (4) inches or more; or
2. 
Any other time as declared by the Mayor or his/her designee.
When snow removal operations have been completed, vehicles may park on the streets.

Section 315.060 Bridges — Weight Limits.

[Ord. No. 773 §§1 — 2, 7-12-1989; Ord. No. 825 §§1 — 9, 4-8-1992; CC 2000 §14-209; Ord. No. 1323 §1, 3-17-2010]
A. 
It shall be unlawful for any single-unit truck with a gross weight of fifteen (15) tons or more, any truck-tractor semi-trailer truck with a gross weight of seventeen (17) tons or more, or any single-unit truck pulling a full trailer with a gross weight of twenty-two (22) tons or more to drive upon the Martway Street Bridge over Rock Creek near the Woodson intersection.
B. 
Signs shall be posted to designate these weight limits on the bridge.
C. 
Any person violating the provisions of this Section may be fined an amount not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500.00) or sentenced to jail for a period of time not to exceed one hundred eighty (180) days.