“The traffic study at East Coast Highway near MacArthur Boulevard will remain in place until at least Oct. 23, city officials have confirmed.
The traffic study was installed in late June, using delineator poles and paint to move the merge, where three lanes squeeze to two, from the MacArthur intersection to closer to Acacia Avenue. Based on surveys, feedback, traffic counters and other information, city staff will prepare a report to present to the City Council at an Oct. 23 meeting.
“Staff is planning to prepare a summary report and would like to bring it to City Council for review at their October 23rd meeting,” said Tara Finnigan, a city spokeswoman, in an an email. “Additionally, we intended, and will continue to monitor the trail lane drop through the months of September and October, with its removal after the City Council discussion on the 23rd.”
The success of the study could pave the way for a Corona del Mar entryway beautification project, with the former traffic lane being converted to expanded sidewalks with landscaping improvements…”
Read this article by Corona del Mar Today in full here: “Traffic Study Data Will Go to Council in October“