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Posted on: August 21, 2020

A short-term evaluation for long-term traffic calming


In an ongoing effort to provide long-term traffic calming along Port Royal Road, City Engineering & Streets Departments, along with the Fire Department began evaluating a traffic circle location today at the intersection of Port Royal Road and Jutes Drive. After measuring the intersection and determining the proper width of the traffic circle, cones were set so that staff could observe traffic flow and identify any unforeseen problems. The temporary circle was tested with SHFD apparatus and heavy vehicles with thirty-foot trailers traveled around the cones with ease. 

The cones will be removed for the weekend and a second location will be evaluated in the same way at the intersection of Port Royal Road and Parliament Drive. Afterward, more robust barriers will replace the cones, along with proper signage and striping for a longer trial period to evaluate the circles’ effectiveness. 

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