Alamocitos & Bunny Trail Traffic Problems!!!

Alamocitos & Bunny Trail Traffic Problems!!!

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Emily Tagle started this petition to Senator Ted Cruz and

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How can we fix Bunny Trail and Alamocitos Creek traffic during school hours?!

Alrighty. This is what I am bringing up to the city and the school district.

So, it is going to be quite difficult to out a light in at Alamocitos and Bunny. BUT there is a MAJOR possibility of a light at Briar Patch and Bunny. Not only will that help with the flow of traffic there, it will make crossing the street easier, turning traffic will flow better and it should make middle school drop off easier. The RED dot below represents a stop light. This might will have a pedestrian crosswalk, with signs and signals, reducing the need for a crossing guard at that stop. These guards could be moved to other "stations"

I think that there should be a crosswalk, with overhang lights at the Alamocitos and Bunny intersection. This would allow the children to cross from our neighborhood to the other side, and not have to cross over 2 or 3 busy streets that have school traffic issues. The YELLOW dot represents a crosswalk from the east <--> west of Bunny. These 2 crosswalks would be the MAIN crosswalks, which allows children from both schools to cross safely. The crossing guard from the Briar Patch/Bunny crosswalk to the Bunny/Alamocitos crosswalk.

The GREY lines are the 2 streets that I personally believe will help with exits to the neighborhoods. Extend Castle Gap to Bunny, which gives an exit for the southern part of the neighborhood. Also, extending Briscoe to Castle Gap, with a 3 way stop there, will help alleviate backup at the new Castle Gap entrance/exit.

Pros? Cons? Input?

(Please no negativity, we are trying to come together as a community to change this.)

Thanks ya'll!!

 

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