View our real time traffic map. Data is updated every two minutes from the city's traffic signal systems.
The Traffic Division welcomes input, inquiries and requests from the public regarding traffic issues and seeks to address residents' concerns promptly and professionally. These communications are referred to as traffic requests. Traffic requests may be initiated via email, phone 760-602-2730 or by mail.
Proper signing and striping is essential in providing drivers with the information necessary to negotiate the city's roadways safely and efficiently. The city utilizes the standards and guidelines found in the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
Construction in the city can inconvenience residents and travelers. The Traffic Division reviews traffic control plans to balance the safety of construction workers with the need to minimize delays for drivers.