Prado Road Roundabout
RRM Design Group provided engineering and survey services for the design and construction of the Prado Road alignment from approximately 1,000 feet east of South Higuera to the end of the Serra Meadows project know as the Prado Road extension, western enclave. Prado Road is a four-lane arterial with a center median, turn lanes, bike lanes and meandering walkways. This design included the first high-speed roundabout in San Luis Obispo and was designed to meet FHWA guidelines. The Prado Road corridor includes regional storm drain and water systems as well as a regional five-acre drainage facility that eliminated FEMA flood plain issues. This project required processing of a FEMA Letter of Map Revision (LOMR). Additionally, studies regarding the remaining alignment easterly to Broad Street were performed to ensure feasibility of the design for future development.