The Seattle Department of Transportation has laid black tubes on the streets to measure traffic at 60 schools this month, and the city will soon build speed humps at four schools, as part of the city’s ongoing campaign to reduce the risk of children being hit by cars. Speed humps are like speed bumps, but wider…More
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School-zone speed cameras could soon be installed in five new Seattle locations, Mayor Mike McGinn announced this morning. The city first started using traffic cameras to cite school zone speeders in December at four other school zones near Broadview-Thomson K-8 School on Greenwood Avenue North, Thurgood Marshall Elementary on Martin Luther King Jr. Way South,…More