The intersection of Ramona and Ronada avenues should have four-way stop signs installed as part of , a traffic study recommends.
The city should also consider marked crosswalks at each approach to the intersection and should trim trees that obscure good visibility for drivers, according to the study by Coastland Civil Engineering, Inc.
The project will also include a landscaped peninsula at the corner.
The Park Commission will consider the traffic plan at its meeting Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in the City Hall council chambers, 120 Vista Ave. The Ramona/Ronada project is the first major item on the commission's agenda.
Also at Wednesday's meeting:
- A request to remove two city street trees (Liquidambars) at 120 Sandringham Rd.
- A request to replace two street trees (Red Spire Pear) in the 1100 block of Ranleigh Way that succumbed to fire blight with two new 24-inch-box Chinese Pistaches The Park Commission will consider designating a new variety of street tree for Ranleigh Way that will be the future replacement tree for the Red Spire Pear.
- An update on renovation of the landscaping at the Lower Grand Entry Pillar.
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