Roseville is moving forward with plans for a roundabout in Downtown Roseville at the intersection of Oak Street and Washington Boulevard.
City leaders hope it will improve traffic flow in Downtown Roseville and make the area more pedestrian friendly.
City staff began evaluating feasibility of three roundabouts along Oak Street between Lincoln and Grant streets in October 2011. Their research found that Oak and Washington was the best spot for a roundabout, according to city documents.
The cost will not affect the city’s general fund; staff will shift $1.3 million from the Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality fund to the finance the roundabout construction.
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