Maintaining safe and efficient streets is the policy of the City of Paso Robles. The Traffic Calming Program (PDF) was developed to provide the means to respond to unacceptable motoring behavior in existing neighborhoods and to introduce concepts to curb such issues in new development.
About the Program
The Traffic Calming Program provides the policy framework, tools, and process to put traffic calming into action. The program is further supported in the Circulation Element (PDF) of the General Plan, which includes several goals, policies and programs that address traffic calming related issues.
A roundabout is a one-way, circular intersection without traffic signal equipment in which traffic flows around a center island. The modern roundabout has three distinguishing characteristics: They are generally circular in shape and have geometric features to slow traffic. Learn more about roundabouts: