All-way stop sign proposed for Del Mar Trails Road and Worsch Drive intersection

By Karen Billing

On Thursday, July 26, the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board (CVCPB) will consider a proposal by a group of concerned Carmel Del Mar (CDM) Elementary School parents for an all-way stop sign at the intersection of Del Mar Trails Road and Worsch Drive. The proposal, which supporters say will improve the safety of the students and community, is being supported by Chris Moore, CVCPB Neighborhood 6 representative and CDM parent.

“An all-way stop sign is needed at this intersection to greatly improve safety for school kids and parents as they cross Del Mar Trails to get to school, and also to improve driving conditions in the area,” said Moore. “I’ve heard recently from many concerned parents and neighbors who support this proposal.”

The proposal also includes a crosswalk at the intersection.

Anyone who would like to weigh in on the issue is welcome to attend the July 26 CVCPB meeting. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the Carmel Valley Library (3919 Townsgate Drive San Diego, CA 92130).

Related posts:

  1. Approval sought for all-way stop sign in Carmel Valley
  2. Stop sign approved near Solana Highlands School
  3. Del Mar supports, but can’t finance, new 4-way stop sign
  4. Del Mar City Council hears concerns about proposed Coast Blvd. stop sign
  5. Parents rally for Del Mar Trails crosswalk

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