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Herald Mail Article on our Traffic Calming Devices

Posted by on Sep 24, 2012 in In the News | 0 comments

Summit Avenue residents in Hagerstown have expressed concerns with speeding along the street for quite some time, prompting city officials to begin looking at ways to slow down drivers. They may soon be getting their wish. Speaking to the Hagerstown City Council during a work session Tuesday, city engineer Rodney Tissue suggested installing a...

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Traffic Calming in the News

Posted by on Sep 19, 2012 in In the News | 0 comments

They’re putting plans in motion to slow traffic and reduce accidents on Summit Avenue. On a typical day, about 1,300 vehicles drive down the street.  A majority of them drive close to 40-mph despite the 25-mph speed limit. The city plans on building a mini-roundabout at Reynolds Avenue and a median near Dunn Irvin Drive. The group Historic City...

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Herald Mail Articles on Traffic Calming

Posted by on Oct 10, 2011 in In the News | 0 comments

Residents on Summit Avenue in Hagerstown will have their say on whether or not the city installs medians and circles to slow traffic on the residential street. Under the city of Hagerstown’s residential traffic-calming policy, adopted in October 2010, at least 75 percent of affected residents must approve the plan for it to move forward. Historic ...

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Hagerstown Magazine Article

Posted by on Jul 8, 2011 in Accomplishments, In the News | 0 comments

Movers and Shakers “We’re changing the face and the look of the south end of Hagerstown,” says Laurel Kahn, immediate past president of the very active Historic City Park Neighborhoods 1st group that meets at Emmanuel United Methodist Church. “I want to bring back the integrity and the beauty of the neighborhood,” says Laurel, who moved to...

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