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Thank you to city for traffic calming measures

Original post made by Julaine Rosner, Barron Park, on Jul 15, 2014

At long last, the city has started to implement traffic calming measures on Matadero Ave. Last week they put in some much-needed speed humps and some crosswalks on this very busy narrow road. These changes have come after months and years of planning and discussions. I look forward to the further steps that the city will take to improve safety for pedestrians, cyclists, and cars in the neighborhood. I know not all will be happy about the speed bumps, but I for one am so grateful that something is being done to improve safety on Matadero Ave.

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