Elk Grove City Council To Discuss Rural Intersections, Roundabouts

February 25, 2014 | The sole agenda item on tomorrow night's regular meeting of the Elk Grove City Council will be a presentation...

February 25, 2014 |

The sole agenda item on tomorrow night's regular meeting of the Elk Grove City Council will be a presentation on proposed improvements to three intersections in the city's rural area.

According to the agenda, the council will hear updates on three intersections in the rural eastern portion of Elk Grove - Sheldon and Bradshaw, Sheldon and Waterman and Bond and Bader roads. While all intersections are planned for improvements to accommodate heavier traffic, the staff report recommends that Bond and Bader be designed for an intersection while it is asking for further environmental analysis to determine whether roundabouts or intersections should be built at Sheldon and Bradshaw and Sheldon and Waterman.

Tomorrow's meeting starts at 6 p.m. at city hall.




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Bainc said...

Bring on the Roundabouts. These seem like ideal locations for them instead of stop lights. However, I do wonder how roundabouts function with heavy traffic coming and going in all 4 directions. Our current roundabouts in East Elk Grove on EG Blvd have the majority of traffic moving east/west so these will function a little different with more traffic.

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