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Citations Spike for California Drivers Speeding Over 100 Mph

Caltrans recently made a public announcement in a press release of their joint collaboration with the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and the California Highway Patrol (CHP) to urge California drivers to slow down. Since the coronavirus pandemic, there have been lower traffic volumes, which appears to be related to the recent 87 percent increase in speeding citations of over 100 mph.

Conquering Roundabouts in Roseville, California

Roundabouts can be a source of confusion, intimidation, or stress for many drivers, especially if you have little-to-no experience navigating them. Your experience with roundabouts can fluctuate depending on your age, where you live, and how often you travel. There are roundabouts in Roseville, and they must be navigated with both caution and confidence. They exist for good reasons and can have many traffic flow-related benefits that you may not have even noticed up until now.

The Truth About Roseville Speed Limits

Living in Roseville gives you the opportunity to take as many journeys and adventures as you’d like, all while keeping your travels local. The Folsom Lake is a hot spot during summer, and the Roseville Golfland Sunsplash is a great summer destination for family fun. While there are many other places to see, what matters to the City of Roseville is that you travel safely and responsibly. One way that Roseville keeps its residents safe is through their set speed limits. The details regarding how speed limits are determined, examined, and prepared in accordance with local and state safety regulations can all be read below.

Navigating Roseville Traffic Signals With Coordination

The city of Roseville is determined to keeping its city and residents safe, especially when you’re navigating through the Roseville traffic signals. One of Roseville’s key strategies is their implementation of traffic signal coordination. Traffic signal coordination is a method where groups of traffic signals are timed in coordination with one another, specifically on major roadways where traffic jams would be otherwise likely. The purpose of coordination is to create a smooth, evenly distributed flow of traffic with minimal stops. Furthermore, the optimal traffic flow involves a system to get the maximum number of cars through traffic with the minimal number of stops.

Roseville Offers a New Virtual Recreation Program

In the last few weeks, an increasingly high number of parents in the U.S. have had to adapt to staying at home with the kids at a more frequent rate. One of the positive outcomes has been more quality family time. One of the challenges, however, has been coming up with fresh and constructive ways to keep kids mentally stimulated. Entertaining a kid is no piece of cake, and you may have already struggled with finding new resources during this stay-at-home mandate. The good news for Roseville parents: all you need to do is head over to the City of Roseville website! They recently released an online recreation program to further assist families during these challenging times.

Roseville PD Uses Technology for Virus Protection

The Roseville Police Department is utilizing new resources, in the form of modern technology, to protect officers from catching a virus while on the job. Given the current state of the country, it is more important than ever to maintain high standards of hygiene to ensure the safety of yourself and others. With help from the National Center for Biotechnology Information, Roseville PD now uses two innovative methods to increase the safety of their health while in patrol cars.

Motorist Injures Pedestrian in Roseville

A 34-year-old female pedestrian crossing the street in Roseville on February 1 suffered serious injuries after being struck in the crosswalk by a motor vehicle. According to a spokesperson for the Roseville Police Department, the accident occurred on Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard near Blue Oaks Boulevard at about 3:00 in the afternoon. She was taken to a nearby hospital for emergency treatment and further evaluation. The vehicle that struck the pedestrian was being driven by a woman, age 23. The driver remained at the scene and was reported as cooperating with officers conducting an investigation into how it occurred. The roadways nearby remained shut down until about 9:20 in the evening. Impaired driving did not appear to be a factor in the pedestrian accident

Celebrating Mardi Gras at Roseville Beignets and Po-Boy Festival

Get ready to celebrate Mardi Gras at the Roseville Beignets and Po-Boy Festival. This event is being sponsored by Big Al Sams, host at iHeart Radio and Scott Alvord, Roseville’s City Council Member on February 8. The festival is being held at 2201 Cottage Way at the Howe Avenue Community Center in Sacramento from 11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. and will be fun for the entire family. From mouthwatering New Orleans Louisiana Cajun and Creole to Soul Foods, Southern BBQ, Latin foods, and Asian/Cajun Fusion. Entertainment will be provided with comedians, dancers in fantastic costumes, and electrifying New Orleans dance music that will make you put down your Po-Boy, grab a partner, and start dancing. If that isn’t enough, there will be a contest to find the best chicken sandwich around. 

Man Stabbed by Road Rage Driver in Roseville

A December 23, 2019, incident that happened around noon may have stemmed from road rage. It resulted in a stabbing in Roseville close to Westgate Galleria mall. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported that two drivers, one in a Jeep and the other in a Ford F-150 pickup, got into an argument along northbound Highway 65. Both drivers ended up pulling over at the Lincoln Boulevard exit ramp, where the argument continued. According to the report, the driver of the pickup, age 36, then exited his vehicle and stabbed the Lincoln man, who was driving the Jeep, in his stomach. The pickup driver remained at the scene of the altercation, and the man who was stabbed was transported to a nearby hospital with what was reported as a major injury. An investigation is being conducted by CHP officers to discover why the incident occurred. It is unknown at this time whether alcohol or drugs was a factor.

Santa Hustle® in Roseville On December 22

Get your running shoes ready because the Santa Hustle® is coming to Roseville on December 22, 2019, which benefits Stand Up Placer. This is also an official spot to make drop-offs for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots campaign, which collects new toys every year to distribute to children in need. The Santa Hustle® is your opportunity to dress as Santa, get some great exercise, and help charity all at the same time. What could be better? The different events for kids and adults are being held at Vernon Street Town Square at 311 Vernon Street in Roseville. So whether you and your family are participating in the Santa Hustle 5K, Half Marathon, or Kids Dash, this promises to be a fun charitable event for the whole family.

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