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September 08, 2016



I disagree with your comment that the work is not any better it is FAR WORSE. Looks pretty with beautiful lamps that we can look at as we sit in traffic though.

Witnessed so many near accidents with the two left turns onto the 101S and Rollins Road.

What were they thinking..


How about we call that thought you "vehemently agreeing" with me?

Gerald Weisl

Another recent bit of traffic constipation was installed recently for motorists on Chapin, turning northbound on El Camino (by Mollie Stone's and B of A).
There is now a "No Right on Red" Sign there.
This is an intersection where motorists have a better view of on-coming traffic than they do at both Burlingame Avenue and Howard Avenue.
Also less safe is the right turn out of the parking lot by Walgreen's and Safeway.
Yet despite ample sight lines, this has suddenly been designated as a "No Right on Red" intersection.
Those other locations do allow drivers to make a "Right on Red."

In speaking with the City's new traffic engineer, I was told "two people requested this."

Go drive to these sites and see for yourself...

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