Not so fast: Council slows project to curb speedingThe Woodbury City Council put the brakes on a citizen-supported plan to slow speeding traffic on a residential street.
The Woodbury City Council put the brakes on a citizen-supported plan to slow speeding traffic on a residential street.
Responding to complaints of speeding vehicles along Woodcrest Drive, city workers proposed installing modified speed bumps – called “speed tables” – to encourage slower travel between Valley Creek Road and Ironwood Drive.
Public works staff sought approval for the project Wednesday, but council members voted to table the request until after a broader discussion about how the city will consider other similar requests for so-called “traffic calming improvements.”
Council members said they are not opposed to the project, but the issue needs more review.
Read more about the project in the upcoming print edition of the Woodbury Bulletin.