Speed Humps

A speed hump is an area of raised pavement 3 inches high, and either 12 feet or 22 feet long in the direction of travel. Speed humps are intended to reduce excessive vehicle speeds. Speeds decrease at the humps and between properly spaced successive humps. Speeds of both higher and average speed motorists are reduced. This effect remains relatively constant over time. In the long-term, reduction in speeds generally has a positive effect on pedestrian and traffic safety by reducing the number and severity of accidents.

Current open Speed Hump Requests

 

 

 

 

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