Gabe Garcia (Culver City Traffic Engineer) has indicated that he has received approval for striping the Overland Blvd. and Ranch Road intersection per CCNA’s revised proposal.
He said that the striping project will now be put out to bid (3 bids minimum). While he wouldn’t commit to an approximate installation date, we guess it will happen within one to two months.
Please note that the additional items (the “Yield” sign in the Kelmore left turn lane from Ranch and the setting back of the “Stop” sign southbound on Overland) are not included. Also, the black and blue lines are traffic patterns only and not lines on the street.
Very disappointing. The lack of a stop sign on the downhill approach on Ranch to Kelmore/Overland will not control downhill speed which is a safety issue at this intersection every day. I’m concerned this will be viewed as a negligent design when the inevitable pedestrian or auto accident occurs due to this confusing flow.