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Stuart Ebert June 30, 2014 at 08:51 PM
So, every time I use that left turn lane I'm wondering "Is this a mandatory or voluntary leftRead Morea rrow? If it is mandatory, then why are pedestrians crossing in front of me? Is this left turn arrow for BOTH Jack in the Box AND Escobar or only for Escobar? If I'm sitting here, waiting for a green arrow, why did the guy behind me just pull into the driveway? Will I get a ticket if I do the same thing? Well, you get the picture.
R Y A N June 30, 2014 at 11:57 PM
Because the turning movement into Jack-in-the-Box's driveway is before the limit line for the leftRead Moret urn phase, you can legally turn into Jack's parking lot anytime it is safe; you're turning before the limit line for the protected left turn phase into the next driveway/Malibu Inn.
Lorelei Shark July 01, 2014 at 04:36 PM
I don't believe there needs to be a "don't walk" zone. I'm suggesting the cars turn atRead Moreth e same time pedestrians are crossing PCH. That way, East/West cars and people move together. I don't know about the turn into Jack-in-the-Box. I do know when there is a red left turn arrow, such as the one at the Malibu Pier left turn into Casa Escobar, one must wait until it is green. The only problem I have encountered is turning into the people who just crossed from the pier and are now walking North, across the driveway. This is not brain surgery - it's just a wound that needs a bandage.
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