Boulder looks to restore funding for anti-speeding projects in residential areas – Boulder Daily Camera

Boulder transportation planners have presented a plan to change the process by which citizens can seek city-funded road treatments aimed at decreasing speeding in their neighborhoods.

The Neighborhood Speed Management Program, as it has been titled, would see Boulder’s budget allot money for the first time in 14 years to street engineering, such as speed humps and roundabouts, in residential areas and on non-arterial roadways.

It would replace the existing Neighborhood Traffic Mitigation Program.

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