Main streets : flexibility in design and operations
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Main streets : flexibility in design and operations

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      The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has adopted a number of policies that encourage designers to respond to community values where state highways serve as main streets. Caltrans is committed to communicating opportunities for accommodating a community?s values when discussing the design of projects on main streets with community stakeholders. This summary identifies concepts that may be compatible with community values while assuring safe and efficient operations for vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists and highway workers. These guidelines are not intended to supersede the Caltrans Transportation Planning Manual, Project Development Procedures Manual, Highway Design Manual, Traffic Manual, or other established manuals, procedures or practices. These guidelines are not a set of standards, but are guidance and are to be used to complement established design practices, policies and standards.
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