Traffic calming construction slated for Pittsburgh’s Stanton Avenue

[ad_1] Construction is set to begin Tuesday on a traffic calming project on Stanton Avenue in Pittsburgh’s East Liberty and Highland Park neighborhoods. The city’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure will construct speed tables, which officials described as “midblock traffic calming devices that raise the entire wheelbase of a vehicle to reduce its speed.” They … Read more

Philadelphia Continues Traffic Calming Program

[ad_1] Philadelphia’s Lincoln Drive is set to receive a traffic calming overhaul, reports Aaron Moselle for WHYY, in an effort to make a dangerous stretch of street safer for all road users. Lincoln Drive is the second state road to get a traffic calming treatment thanks to a partnership between the city and the Pennsylvania … Read more

Lincoln Drive is Philly’s latest roadway to receive traffic calming measures

[ad_1] For the last several years, the city has added about 50 locations to the list annually, said Montanez. The process often starts with a resident submitting a request to Philly311, the city’s customer service center for non-emergency inquiries. But residents can also contact the Streets Department directly or discuss the need with their district … Read more

‘Traffic calming’ — speed bumps — coming to Pittsburgh’s East Hills neighborhood

[ad_1] Construction on a traffic calming project is slated to start next week in Pittsburgh’s East Hills neighborhood, according to city officials. The Department of Mobility and Infrastructure will be installing speed humps on Seagirt Street between Tokay Street and Mooseheart Street beginning Wednesday. Construction work is expected to take place from 7 a.m. until … Read more

Town of Hingham Public Discussion Notice: Downtown Traffic Calming Measures – Hingham Anchor

[ad_1] Photo courtesy of the Town of Hingham September 18, 2023 Submitted by the Town of Hingham Please take notice that the Hingham Select Board will hold a public meeting on September 19, 2023 at 6:00 PM in the North Hearing Room, 3rd floor, Town Hall, 210 Central Street and remotely via Zoom. Citizens are … Read more