Rancho Santa Fe Association seeks intersection committee members

By Karen Billing

Two RSF Covenant members brought up the potential roundabouts and traffic signals on Del Dios Highway/Paseo Delicias during public comment of the Rancho Santa Fe Association’s Sept. 5 meeting, asking the board to look at options that are the least costly and will have the least impact on surrounding homeowners.

The Rancho Santa Fe Association is looking for members to participate in an intersection study committee. The committee will study the feasibility and explore options for traffic signals or roundabouts at the intersections of Via de la Valle, El Montevideo and El Camino Del Norte on the Paseo Delicias/Del Dios corridor. If interested in becoming a member of the committee, contact the RSF Association at (858) 756-1174.

Related posts:

  1. Rancho Santa Fe Association Buzz: Possible traffic solutions
  2. Rancho Santa Fe Association board to hold Feb. 7 meeting on roundabouts
  3. Rancho Santa Fe Association to ask county to study traffic signalization
  4. Traffic down on Del Dios, according to Rancho Santa Fe Association report
  5. Traffic down on Del Dios, according to Rancho Santa Fe Association report

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