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SR-104 is an east/west highway and serves a combination of local commute traffic and interregional traffic. The existing Bowers Drive/SR-104 three-way intersection is not signalized and traffic on Bowers Drive is subject to a stop sign before turning on to SR-104. Prospect Drive currently tees into SR-104 ~300 ft west of the Bowers Drive/SR-104 ~300 ft west of the Bowers Drive/SR-104 intersection. The spacing of thw two intersections does not allow for adequate storage of left turning movements. Thus, the City has concluded that the realignment of Prospect Drive to the Bowers Drive intersection would provide for sufficient storage of the left turning movements on SR-104. In addition, the Project will provide pedestrian and bicycle facilities to help connect the commercial core area with the Sutter Creek Transit Center.
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