Presentation on theme: "TURN RESTRICTIONS SPEED LIMITS IMPROVEMENTS. SOUTHBOUND US 101 - MILLER CREEK ROAD OFF RAMP MARINWOOD AVE./MILLER CREEK RD. INTERSECTION 6:00 am to 10:00."— Presentation transcript:
Written into state law No justification (survey) needed to enforce w/ radar State maximum for different roadway designs 55: Max on 2-lane, undivided roads 65: Max on multi-lane, divided and undivided roads 70: Max on certain rural freeways in California 22349(a/b) and 22356(b) CVC
Anything lower than the state maximums require justification CHP cannot use radar to enforce PF speed limits without justification Justification is county Engineering and Traffic Survey (ETS) 40802 CVC
85 th percentile 85% of vehicles driving this road go this speed or lower Speed limit is set to nearest 5 MPH increment below 85 th percentile speed Anything lower is a speed trap CHP must still articulate in court why speed was unsafe for conditions
CHP cannot enforce a 25 MPH speed limit on Las Gallinas Ave with no ETS ETS sets safe speed at 30 MPH ANY radar enforcement would be a speed trap and illegal Vehicle at 40? CHP can do nothing about it. Why not keep the 25 MPH on Las Gallinas Ave?
85% of vehicles safely use Las Gallinas Ave at this speed already Limit would still be 25 at Miller Creek School while children are present Vehicle at 40? CHP can cite.
MILLER CREEK SCHOOL MILLER CREEK ROAD BIKE LANES
ELVIA INTERSECTION BULBOUTS WITH CURB RAMPS REDUCED CROSSING LENGTH