California Vehicle Code § 21372 - Guidelines for traffic control devices near schools

The Department of Transportation and local authorities shall, with respect to highways under their respective jurisdictions, establish and promulgate warrants to be used as guidelines for the placement of traffic control devices near schools for the purpose of protecting students going to and from school. Such devices may include flashing signals. Such warrants shall be based upon, but need not be limited to, the following items: pedestrian volumes, vehicle volumes, width of the roadway, physical terrain, speed of vehicle traffic, horizontal and vertical alignment of the roadway, the distance to existing traffic control devices, proximity to the school, and the degree of urban or rural environment of the area.

(Added by Stats.1968, c. 1443, p. 2854, § 2. Amended by Stats.1971, c. 253, p. 401, § 2, operative May 3, 1972; Stats.1974, c. 545, p. 1317, § 182.)


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