Resource Management Agency
Public Works & Facilities
1441 Schilling Place
Salinas, CA 93901
Although every effort is made to provide complete and accurate information on this website and all its documents, users are advised to contact applicable County Resource Management Agency staff before making project decisions and fee estimates.
The Monterey County Traffic Engineering Division is responsible for the safe and efficient movement of traffic on County Maintained Roads. Responsibilities include the maintenance of traffic signals, the installation of new traffic control devices, and the review of the circulation effects of proposed development.
The Traffic Engineering Division responds to citizen requests for the installation of various traffic control devices and addresses issues that users experience with the County roadway system.
The majority of speed limits are based on an Engineering and Traffic Survey (E&TS). In order for these speed limits to be enforceable by radar the E&TS need to support the posted speed limit.
To acquire a copy of an E&TS please contact the Traffic Engineering office at (831) 755-4800.
- Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT 2017)
- California Driver's Handbook
- California Vehicle Code
- Carmel Valley Road Advisory Committee
- Guide For the Preparation of Traffic Impact Studies
- Speed Hump Brochure
- Speed Hump Brochure (Spanish)
- Speed Hump Petition
Section Staff and Contacts
Brenda Villanueva, Assistant Traffic Engineer
Phone: (831) 755-8908 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Raul Martinez, Assistant Transportation Engineer
Phone: (831) 755-4628 Email: email@example.com