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Subject: Traffic flow,speeding , safety
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DonT
(South Carolina)

Posts:10


05/13/2006 6:50 AM  
We have private roads and many instances of both residents and construction workers exceding our posted 30mph. We have erected stop signs but most residents don't like them and they don't really slow down anyone too much.
Other than speedbumps (Ugh) what other options would be have?
DonT
BrianB
(California)

Posts:2820


05/13/2006 11:14 PM  
you can ask the city to send enforcement. Just because the roads are private doesn't mean the police CAN'T issue traffic tickets, just that they won't unless asked to and given permission.
DonT
(South Carolina)

Posts:10


05/14/2006 9:55 AM  
Thanks Brian, we will consider looking into what our nearest local town would want from us besides ticket penalties.
ValerieC
(North Carolina)

Posts:25


05/15/2006 6:14 AM  
There is a web site that I found on the subject of traffic in resdential communities which has some really positive, workable ideas. It is www.keepkidsalivedrive25.org. Check it out!
TomJ
(Arizona)

Posts:42


05/15/2006 1:35 PM  
Don T, what state are you in?

I am in Arizona and the city police will not patrol our private streets and issue tickets. It has to be reckless driving which according to the policeman we had at our board meeting must be at least two moving violations. Speed itself can be but I don't remember the speed that must be driven.

We did add some stop signs and so far it has slowed down speeders on that street.
DonT
(South Carolina)

Posts:10


05/16/2006 5:47 AM  
TomJ
We are in SC and I found out that the small town near us will gladly patrol our area.
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