How to insert a pedestrian crossing, get COVID-19 leave: Ask the RS postman
How to insert a pedestrian crossing, get COVID-19 leave: Ask the RS postman

How to insert a pedestrian crossing, get COVID-19 leave: Ask the RS postman

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How to get to a pedestrian crossing near you

Q. How do we get the California Department of Transportation to place a pedestrian crossing across Pine Street at Gold Street in Redding? That area is very dangerous as vehicles drive up the hill.

ONE. To begin the process of requesting a pedestrian crossing at the site, contact Caltrans, which maintains the street, said Chris Woodward, a spokesman for the agency. The main line is (530) 225-3426. Or you can send an e-mail to the public information office, [email protected]including the location and the reasons why you think a pedestrian crossing is justified, he said.

Thereafter, the Agency’s traffic service staff will examine the location before deciding whether to add a pedestrian crossing or other traffic control device.

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