Heads up to Rosewood Pavilion supermarkets
Original post made by Pete on Jul 21, 2009
The first concern that was apparent and may need attention was the Northbound Santa Rita Rd./Rosewood Dr. left turn. According to traffic officials, it was determined that during peak hour traffic the northbound left-turn queue lane would extend beyond the existing left-turn queue by four vehicles. The City Traffic Engineer has reviewed the report and concluded that this left-turn pocket would be impacted for a short period of time during the PM commute hours and,therefore, can be mitigated by adjusting the timing on the existing left-turn queue lane. I find this interesting. Today at noon, I was one of those extended vehicles not yet even in the left turn lane. This was without Fresh & Easy or 99 Ranch Market yet occupying their respective locations.
When these projects move in , a no U-TURN sign may be the only recourse available.There are respected opinions on this site. If not here, E-mail a Planning Commissioner,Traffic Engineer or even an Elected Official who could articulate your concerns to those caring for OUR Community. So much info, so little time. I am sure Our City Planners would welcome insight from Community.
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