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Drivers who don't stop on RED

Drivers coming up Hawthorne and turning right onto PVDN need to STOP AT THE RED LIGHT before TURNING. Stop at the red, then IF there are no pedestrians, you are permitted to turn right on a red in California. 
robin January 11, 2014 at 11:21 AM
Agree!! The cars that are turning left as well, I counted SEVEN cars yesterday that proceeded through the turn after their light turned red. The grid locks at Hawthorne Blvd, Crenshaw and Rolling Hills Rd along PV Dr N. Bicyclists that fly on through stop signs and red lights. PV Dr N was a headache, now it is a nightmare with the changes.
Melody Colbert January 11, 2014 at 12:20 PM
I learned at the RHE Traffic & Safety Committee meeting on Wednesday that the changes have reduced traffic speeds on PVDN. The sharp angle turns into neighborhood streets force traffic to slow down. A speed study is about to be launched and they expect to be able to reduce the limit to 35mph. All of this is intended to reduce the number of vehicles using PVDN as an alternative to PCH to get across town.
robin January 11, 2014 at 03:10 PM
Traffic has always been a snails pace thru there. Zero traffic all other PV Drives till Hawthorne past Dapplegray. Too much school traffic, Gridlock of people going into Rolling Hills, There really needs to be a left turn signal at PV Dr and Rolling Hills. AND RHE continues to keep on building more and more and more. No other city on the hill has traffic like RHE... this is includes the top of the hill... which BTW, more construction going on in many places. Been here all my life and it just seems to be the worst ever in the past 10 years or so. Just too crowded and takes too long to go 2 miles.

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