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ACE Train riders-have respect for neighbors of the station

Original post made by Stacee on Jan 16, 2013

Just a shout out for all you ACE train people that haul
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down W. Angela both in the morning to catch your train and in the evening to get home-have respect for the people that live on the streets around the parking lot (example-w.angela street, pleasanton ave etc). speed limit is 25 but slow down--are you that much of a hurry to make your train--leave earlier. I live in this area and I don't think it's necessary when I am backing out of my driveway for one of you speeders to tell me to get out of your way as I am backing up-next time-I might just clunk out blocking the entire street and making you miss your beloved train.


Comments (2)

Posted by ayeaye, a resident of Jensen Tract
on Jan 18, 2013 at 9:12 am

I often drive to the library in this area, and am totally amazed that there is only a TWO way stop sign at W. Angela and Augustine. This is an accident waiting to happen....or maybe the site of many accidents????
Why isn't there a FOUR way stop there, if the residents, Stacee, are concerned about traffic safety?


Posted by Ben Johansen, a resident of Birdland
on Jan 18, 2013 at 9:54 am

ayeaye....A 4 way stop is not needed at that intersection as Augustine St. is not intended, designed and/or designated as a through-way street. It's a narrow residential street. Pleasanton Ave. and Peters Ave are intended as a through-way north/south route.


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