Q: Are any longer roundabouts being thought to be? I feel they’re a ravishing option to fortify site visitors drift.
Fred Lock, San Jose
A: Sure. Subsequent week development of a roundabout on the intersection of State Routes 25 and 156 west of Hollister will start. The mission is scheduled to be finished in April 2023. Two large roundabouts at the moment are underneath development on Interstate 80 in Emeryville.
Q: I experience driving my bicycle in different towns. I want to record site visitors lighting fixtures that don’t seem to be converting for cyclists. I stand at the spot painted for bicyclists to travel the sunshine, however the mild by no means adjustments. This has put me in some unsafe scenarios.
Is there one central location I will be able to record those issues, or do I’ve to touch each and every town one at a time?
Ann Davis, Sunnyvale
A: The solution isn’t what you was hoping. You want to touch each and every town or company one at a time.
Q: I learn the remark in regards to the $400 cost to registered automotive homeowners now not going to vehicles with expired tags. My tags have been expired all of remaining 12 months, despite the fact that I had paid in complete. I contacted the DMV a complete of 10 occasions, together with two times in particular person at DMV workplaces. Whilst they might admit I had paid, I had in some way paid within the incorrect 12 months (in step with them).
After laborious each road, I attempted appropriate from the starting to get a reimbursement. No move on that entrance, both. So do I am getting $800 for this automotive?
Matthew Bartlett, San Jose
A: Stay attempting. You will have to now not must pay further, or fail to spot the $400 cost in step with automotive, after your many just right religion efforts to stay your registration present.
Q: As a part of my trip, I power east on Hamilton Road from Meridian Road to take a appropriate onto Almarida Force, simply past the Freeway 17 overpass.
After crossing the overpass, I’ve to get into the correct lane. To take action, I take care of each southbound 17 site visitors taking the off-ramp to Hamilton and likewise, vehicles getting into that lane.
The vehicles getting into the lane have a yield signal, however I’m really not positive who has the right-of-way. I feel I do, since I’m at the thru street and they’re getting into it. Who has the correct of manner and what’s the related Motor Automobile Code reference?
Nino, San Jose
A: In line with the Campbell Police, CVC 21658(a) applies.
The essence of it’s that site visitors already within the right-most lane has the right-of-way. Within the circumstance you describe, you should yield the right-of-way to site visitors already in that lane. The one yield signal is the regulatory “Turning Visitors Should Yield to Pedestrians” signal.
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