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.