Sunol Traffic Subject Webpage

This Subject Web Page was updated on September 6, 2018.

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Traffic is top concern (Survey Responses) 4:26:18
Source: Inform Sunol Vol 1 Number 3

Inform Sunol Survey Respondents Comment regarding Traffic

Here are eighteen (18) Inform Sunol survey comments regarding Traffic in Sunol received between April 26th, 2018 and June 7, 2018:Screen Shot 2018-08-05 at 4.50.28 PM

Questions about Traffic from Inform Sunol Survey Respondents

These seven questions posed by survey respondents were received between April 26th and April 30, 2018:Screen Shot 2018-08-05 at 4.51.03 PM

Sunol Traffic Study Group is Progressing – Want to Join?

There is an Inform Sunol Study Group focused on Traffic.
An Inform Sunol Study Group consists of Sunol citizens or other stakeholders who care about and want to do something about a community issue. This includes solving a problem or suggesting a community improvement and providing important information on the issue to the Community.
If you want to participate in the Inform Sunol Traffic Study Group, click here to email us and let us know you want to be a part of the Traffic Study Group.

Getting ‘Roundabout’ to Traffic Mitigation

One of our Inform Sunol Subscribers sent us a link to a Caltrans Excellence Transportation Award web page which outlines the benefits of a roundabout. Many Sunolians are recommending that a roundabout is installed for Traffic mitigation at Sunol’s Four Corners intersection of Niles Canyon, Paloma Way, and Pleasanton-Sunol Road.  Here’s the specific link  CalTrans_Honors_Roundabout_Project

2013 Report on Cut Through Traffic Remains Valid Today

A 7-page report on Cut-Through Traffic was developed by Don Lobdell in September of 2013 remains a relevant overview.

“We have increasing problems in Sunol [Main Street] traffic that have become onerous and are showing a probability of becoming even more so. These problems principally occur at peak traffic times 7:00 to 9:00AM and 4:00 to 7:00PM during commute days.” – Don Lobdell, 9/9/2013.  Cut Through Traffic on Sunol’s Main Street – September 9, 2013 (7 pages)