Traffic, Lights & Signs

Overview

Traffic, Lights & Signs

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The Traffic Division is responsible for a variety of functions that contribute to our community's safe and efficient movement of people, goods, and services.

The City of Rocklin follows the California Vehicle Code and national guidelines for traffic control devices such as signal lights, traffic signs, and paint markings. Several factors are considered when deciding to place traffic control devices including traffic volumes, accident rates, pedestrian traffic, and travel delays.

Requests for traffic control devices can be submitted to the City by contacting Public Services at 916.625.5500 or online via Access Rocklin.

The Traffic Division is responsible for a variety of functions that contribute to our community’s safe and efficient movement of people, goods, and services.

The City of Rocklin follows the California Vehicle Code and national guidelines for traffic control devices such as signal lights, traffic signs, and paint markings. Several factors are considered when deciding to place traffic control devices including traffic volumes, accident rates, pedestrian traffic, and travel delays.

Requests for traffic control devices can be submitted to the City by contacting Public Services at 916.625.5500 or online via Access Rocklin.

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Traffic Alerts

To see a map of road closures in Rocklin, click below. On the next screen you can drag the map to view a specific area or enter an address in the search box. You can zoom by using the wheel on their mouse or with the plus and minus tools. For more information on the road closures, click the line indicating the road closure, and a screen will pop up with details.

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Track Safety

Track Safety

Rail safety is for everyone, not just drivers. Pedestrians who choose to walk or play around railroad tracks are trespassing on private property and could be fined, seriously injured, or killed. 

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Train Quiet Zones

Rocklin has established a railroad crossing Quiet Zone working with the US Department of Transportation, the Federal Railroad Administration’s “Train Horn Rule.”  The City also worked closely with the California Public Utilities Commission, the Union Pacific Railroad, and Amtrak to ensure adherence to the federal regulation.  

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Quiet Zone Possible Violation Form

These reports are disseminated to and reviewed by various Railroad Managers, City Staff, and the Federal Railroad Administration; so please keep your comments to the subject and refrain from making personal comments defaming train crews, railroad employees or other individuals.