§ 21-708. Livestock crossings
(a) Posting of livestock crossing sign. — At the request of any farmer whose land is divided by a highway and who regularly drives livestock across the highway, the State Highway Administration may place a sign at approximately 500 feet from each side of the crossing, giving notice of the presence of the crossing.
(b) Obedience to sign required. — If livestock are being driven across the highway at the crossing, the driver of a vehicle between the two signs shall stop until the livestock have left the highway.
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Similar Law in Other Jurisdictions
- Connecticut: Sec. 14-248a: Cattle crossings
- Louisiana: RS 32:126: Cattle crossings