New stop signs to address excessive speeding on Dunning Ave
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The current speed limit on Dunning Ave is 30 miles per hour. At times, there are vehicles on Dunning Ave that travel at an excessive rate of speed [40-60mph]. From Ridge Road to Fuller Ave, the distance is about .3 miles, with no stop signs. That stretch of road is wide, flat, and straight, making it an easy place to speed.
Many of the houses in this neighborhood are owned or rented by families with young children. Dunning is a popular street for surrounding areas [Park, Elm, Curtice Park, Fuller, Lapham Park, Ridge], and is often filled with families walking, riding bikes, and playing outside. The speeding problem is dangerous to residents, and the posted speed limits aren’t enough to deter drivers of all ages from obeying the law.
We're asking the Webster Village Board to:
Please install new stop signs to address excessive speeding on Dunning Ave:
- On Dunning, at Park, for southbound traffic
- On Dunning, at Park, for northbound traffic
- On Dunning, at Elm, for northbound traffic
- On Dunning, at Elm, for southbound traffic
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