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Traffic calming measures go into effect in January

When Inter-Garrison Road opens through to Reservation Road, CSUMB anticipates significant increases in non-campus commuter traffic. In order to address safety concerns, traffic calming measures were implemented during winter break.

Work is scheduled to start the week of Jan. 2.

These measures will serve to reduce vehicle speeds on main campus, improve bike and pedestrian safety and dissuade non-CSUMB commuters from using main campus roads for short cuts.

The measures to be installed include:

• Elevated crosswalks with painted markings, primarily on Inter-Garrison Road and Divarty Street. Includes added reflective signage for pedestrian crossings.

• Speed lumps on main campus roads, with grooves for bicycle traffic and emergency vehicle access.

• Speed humps in parking lot 201.

• Removal of six east-westbound stop signs on main campus on Inter-Garrison Road and Divarty Street.

• Addition of flashing, solar-powered stop signs in the East Campus area, at Inter-Garrison/Abrams, Inter-Garrison/Schoonover, and Bunker Hill/Abrams intersections.

• Radar speed signs with data collection capability along main, high-speed campus entry areas.

• Bike and Pedestrian Safety Zone signage.

• Non-CSUMB "through traffic" directional routing signage.
  
View the Traffic Calming Map here.