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Traffic Sign New at 2400 Seton Ave

Please forward to ATPW Parking Engineering
CLOSED Study Requested - Close SR. Request forwarded to Parking Enterprise for further investigation. - 8 months ago #23-00374609

Traffic Sign New at 2209 Rio Grande St

15 minutes Customer service Zoneb
CLOSED Study Requested - Close SR. Request forwarded to Parking Enterprise for further investigation. - 8 months ago #23-00357461

Traffic Sign New at 4002 North Hills Dr

CLOSED Field Inspection Conducted - Close SR. 9/26/23 - Field Investigation - The new sidewalk has been installed and now the stop sign is set too far back from the intersection. The stop sign and crosswalk markings will be addressed by the sidewalk project manager. TPW Transportation Engineering Division cannot address this request. - 8 months ago #23-00390560

Traffic Sign New at 4815 Duval St

A 4 way stop is needed at this intersection.
CLOSED Field Inspection Conducted - Close SR. No view obstructions found at intersection. Intersection is not a candidate for 4-way stop treatment due to volume on Duval. Submitted work order to install no parking signs to clear corners due to heavy parking close to intersection. Emailed requestor to notify. Images/email/plans attached. - 8 months ago #23-00368179

Traffic Sign New at 3025 Crosscreek Dr

if you call please leave a message with a phone number so she can call back if she misses the call
CLOSED Referred to 311 For Further Review - Close SR - 8 months ago #23-00459628

Traffic Sign New at 10732 North Canoa Hills Trl

Bus stop sign or slow drive due to children crossing
CLOSED Field Inspection Conducted - Close SR. 9/7/23 - Talked with Kathya Romero about cars not stopping when bus is releasing kids. I informed her that when the bus is releasing kids that the bus should have the stop sign with its lights on making it an allway stop. I informed her to contact the bus driver to assure they are leaving the stop sign with lights on till all kids are exiting. She would also like speed limit signs on the entrance in her neighborhood. Speed limit sign will be installed with the neighborhood speed limit changes work order. No further action required at this time. - 8 months ago #23-00409531

Traffic Sign New at Swearingen Dr & Charolais Dr

caller would like sign on Searingen Dr for those going east bound and west bound
CLOSED Field Inspection Conducted - Close SR. 9/20/23 - Attempted to reach requestor, left contact info on voicemail. 9/26/23 - Talked with Lance about his concerns on visibility on making lefts onto Swearingen. 10/5/23 - Submitted Work Order for NP/TA. No further action required at this time. - 8 months ago #23-00399160

Traffic Sign New at 4801 Monterey Oaks Blvd

CLOSED Study Requested - Close SR. Hello everyone, the Austin Transportation and Public Works Department (TPW) received requests regarding the intersection of Monterrey Oaks and Staggerbrush. I have blind copied everyone because TPW received several requests and though it would be easier to send one email. Typically, we prefer for parents to contact the school so the Campus Advisory Council (CAC) is aware of what it is going on in case TPW needs to meet with them so we can get the word out easier. TPW has been in touch with the principal and Safe Roues to School. TPW conducted counts and video. We received the traffic volume counts and have concluded that an all-way stop is not warranted at this intersection. The volumes do not meet the Texas Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD) warrants and there are concerns that installing one may create new problems beyond the ones currently occurring. The main thing is you want to have at least a 60% of vehicles on one street and 40% on the other street. This particular intersection had 95% on Monterrey Oaks and 5% on Staggerbrush. This would create problems when it wasn't pick up or drop off times. We discussed this morning and have two alternatives. * In the short term, having two crossing guards would be ideal since I understand that it may be difficult for one person to stop traffic on Monterey Oaks Boulevard. While waiting for a second crossing guard to apply, if there's any possibility of getting assistance out there on a regular basis, even if it's not five days a week, then I think that would go a long way towards helping the situation. * In the longer term, TPW was thinking of combining the two pedestrian crossings to the north and south into one midblock crossing (see below for approximate location). I think that by doing this we could better utilize that median space to create a two-stage crossing so that it's more manageable for one crossing guard to control. We could also reduce the size of the school zone to only encompass this one crossing; the current school zone is very long since it captures both crossings and we've heard reports of noncompliance with the speed limit. I think this option would also require coordination with the school to provide a pedestrian path along the ridge between the two drainage basins. - 8 months ago #23-00419596

Traffic Sign New at 4801 Monterey Oaks Blvd

CLOSED Study Requested - Close SR. Hello everyone, the Austin Transportation and Public Works Department (TPW) received requests regarding the intersection of Monterrey Oaks and Staggerbrush. I have blind copied everyone because TPW received several requests and though it would be easier to send one email. Typically, we prefer for parents to contact the school so the Campus Advisory Council (CAC) is aware of what it is going on in case TPW needs to meet with them so we can get the word out easier. TPW has been in touch with the principal and Safe Roues to School. TPW conducted counts and video. We received the traffic volume counts and have concluded that an all-way stop is not warranted at this intersection. The volumes do not meet the Texas Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD) warrants and there are concerns that installing one may create new problems beyond the ones currently occurring. The main thing is you want to have at least a 60% of vehicles on one street and 40% on the other street. This particular intersection had 95% on Monterrey Oaks and 5% on Staggerbrush. This would create problems when it wasn't pick up or drop off times. We discussed this morning and have two alternatives. * In the short term, having two crossing guards would be ideal since I understand that it may be difficult for one person to stop traffic on Monterey Oaks Boulevard. While waiting for a second crossing guard to apply, if there's any possibility of getting assistance out there on a regular basis, even if it's not five days a week, then I think that would go a long way towards helping the situation. * In the longer term, TPW was thinking of combining the two pedestrian crossings to the north and south into one midblock crossing (see below for approximate location). I think that by doing this we could better utilize that median space to create a two-stage crossing so that it's more manageable for one crossing guard to control. We could also reduce the size of the school zone to only encompass this one crossing; the current school zone is very long since it captures both crossings and we've heard reports of noncompliance with the speed limit. I think this option would also require coordination with the school to provide a pedestrian path along the ridge between the two drainage basins. - 8 months ago #23-00419524

Traffic Sign New at 4801 Monterey Oaks Blvd Clint Small Middle School

CLOSED Study Requested - Close SR. Hello everyone, the Austin Transportation and Public Works Department (TPW) received requests regarding the intersection of Monterrey Oaks and Staggerbrush. I have blind copied everyone because TPW received several requests and though it would be easier to send one email. Typically, we prefer for parents to contact the school so the Campus Advisory Council (CAC) is aware of what it is going on in case TPW needs to meet with them so we can get the word out easier. TPW has been in touch with the principal and Safe Roues to School. TPW conducted counts and video. We received the traffic volume counts and have concluded that an all-way stop is not warranted at this intersection. The volumes do not meet the Texas Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD) warrants and there are concerns that installing one may create new problems beyond the ones currently occurring. The main thing is you want to have at least a 60% of vehicles on one street and 40% on the other street. This particular intersection had 95% on Monterrey Oaks and 5% on Staggerbrush. This would create problems when it wasn't pick up or drop off times. We discussed this morning and have two alternatives. * In the short term, having two crossing guards would be ideal since I understand that it may be difficult for one person to stop traffic on Monterey Oaks Boulevard. While waiting for a second crossing guard to apply, if there's any possibility of getting assistance out there on a regular basis, even if it's not five days a week, then I think that would go a long way towards helping the situation. * In the longer term, TPW was thinking of combining the two pedestrian crossings to the north and south into one midblock crossing (see below for approximate location). I think that by doing this we could better utilize that median space to create a two-stage crossing so that it's more manageable for one crossing guard to control. We could also reduce the size of the school zone to only encompass this one crossing; the current school zone is very long since it captures both crossings and we've heard reports of noncompliance with the speed limit. I think this option would also require coordination with the school to provide a pedestrian path along the ridge between the two drainage basins. - 8 months ago #23-00419512
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