Traffic and Street Safety: a Concern of Many


A large gathering of residents attended the UCCA-sponsored Street Safety meeting on June 4 at the Library. Five city employees and a representative from Sherri Lightner’s office listened to concerns and suggestions.

The discussion included the Governor/Genesee intersection (and its impact on pedestrians, cyclists, parents, and traffic patterns, etc), the no-turn-on-red light at Regents and Governor, bicycle lane design, southbound speed on Regents near Pennant, east/west speed on Governor near 805, change in lane configurations on Genesee near the UTC mall, and general concern of speeding on our side streets.

A couple of residents urged all, both motorists and pedestrians, to maintain situational awareness at all times.
UCCA presented a written copy of Nextdoor neighbor concerns/suggestions to an officer with SDPD’s traffic division.

A full report of the meeting will be forwarded to Sherri Lightner’s office and will be made available for review on the UCCA website.


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