traffic

Oceanside has plans in place for a roundabout

The city will have to look for grants to pay for the project

City limits permit comments to traffic woes

DEL MAR — City Council unanimously agreed at the Nov. 4 meeting to again weigh in on events allowed on property east of the Del Mar Fairgrounds, but comments will be limited to how those uses impact traffic rather than the nearby wetlands.

Council OKs S. Cedros traffic calming

Council OKs S. Cedros traffic calming

SOLANA BEACH — A proposal to slow traffic and increase pedestrian mobility on South Cedros Avenue moved forward at the April 10 meeting after council members authorized city staff to proceed with final design plans and advertise the project for construction bids. 

Traffic commission comes out against closing Cornish Drive

Traffic commission comes out against closing Cornish Drive

ENCINITAS — The city’s Traffic Commission voted unanimously Monday night to oppose closing a leg of Cornish Drive, citing residents’ concerns over traffic, parking and public access. 

Association hears opposition to roundabouts in Rancho Santa Fe

Association hears opposition to roundabouts in Rancho Santa Fe

RANCHO SANTA FE — The recent public hearing held by the Rancho Santa Fe Association was not for the purpose of approving three traffic circles locally.

New ordinances look to stop speeders in neighborhoods

New ordinances look to stop speeders in neighborhoods

CARLSBAD — Ordinances to install 11 new stop signs on three residential streets in Carlsbad was introduced and unanimously supported by City Council at its Jan. 29 meeting.

Bike lane, ‘sharrows’ cycling forward following Council vote

Bike lane, ‘sharrows’ cycling forward following Council vote

ENCINITAS — Bicyclists breathed a sigh of relief at Wednesday night’s Council meeting.

Report: San Diegans drive more than those in L.A.

Report: San Diegans drive more than those in L.A.

COAST CITIES — Los Angeles might have more traffic, but San Diego takes the cake for most miles driven. 

Anti-DUI task force awarded $300K grant

Anti-DUI task force awarded $300K grant

COAST CITIES — San Diego County’s Avoid the 15 DUI Task Force will continue its DUI enforcement operations thanks to a $300,000 grant from the California OTS (Office of Traffic Safety) to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.