Posted by Ms. Bunny, a resident of San Ramon, on Feb 4, 2013 at 9:02 am
SERIOUSLY? 45 mph FROM SR Valley Blvd. DOWN Montevideo to Alcosta? This is such a residential area with the highschool coming off of Broadmoor AND Country Club elementary from the other side with the Iron Horse Trail crossing? Methinks this may NOT be such a good idea...
Posted by Resident, a resident of San Ramon, on Feb 5, 2013 at 7:42 am
SRV Blvd from Montevideo to Alcosta (the south end of SRV Blvd near Pine Valley) already is 45 mph - no change. The section of SRV Blvd from Norris Cyn Rd to Montevideo will increase from 40 mph to 45 mph. The section NORTH of Norris Cyn is in the business district with many drive ways and business entrances will remain at 35mph.
Posted by Bishop Ranch, a resident of San Ramon, on Feb 5, 2013 at 1:05 pm
I am happy to hear that the San Ramon City Council decided to get together and raise the spped limit in area around San Ramon. But the real question is when are they going to get off their seats and work on the very dangerous traffic situation westbound on Bollinger between Camino Ramon and Southbound 680. This is a tragedy waiting to happen and yet the City puts their blinders on and allows it to continue day after day. Hey City Council and SR Police Department, why don't you stand at the Chevron entrance and watch the reckless driving that happens every afternoon.