PUBLIC NOTICE: REMOVAL OF CROSSWALK AND PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL AT 6040 BANDINI BOULEVARD
City of Commerce
Public Works and Development Services Department
2535 Commerce Way, Commerce, CA 90040
Telephone: (323) 722-4805
June 1, 2015
(in accordance with C.V.C. Section 21950.5)
REMOVAL OF CROSSWALK AND PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL AT 6040 BANDINI BOULEVARD
The City of Commerce Traffic Commission has identified for removal the crosswalk and pedestrian traffic signal located at 6040 Bandini Blvd.
The crosswalk and pedestrian signal were installed many years ago when there was an active manufacturing facility with numerous employees on one side of Bandini Blvd. and an employee parking lot on the opposite side of the street. At this time, both of those sites have been demolished and a warehouse is being built on each site. The warehouses each have their own parking and will be independent of each other. A recent professional study by a Traffic Engineering firm determined that pursuant to the latest edition of the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices there is no current need for the crosswalk and pedestrian signal and recommended for their removal.
The City is required to give notice to the public, per Section 21950.5 of the California Vehicle Code, when a crosswalk is identified for removal to insure the public is notified and has an opportunity to provide comment. Notice was posted at the site, as required.
Comments must be received by 5:00 pm on Tuesday, June 30, 2015.