Friday, September 13, 2013

On busy streets shared by stores, cafes, and residences, how can people be kept safe?

Downtown areas can be busy hubs for many types of traffic. Cars, bicycles, and pedestrians often share limited space, all trying to get where they need to go as quickly as they can.

Can traffic calming work in downtown areas? Are businesses negatively affected when cars are compelled to drive slower by speed humps or radar speed signs? Learn the answers to these questions and more information on downtown traffic calming in our September Traffic Calmer newsletter.