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Traffic safety committee ponders slower speeds, better bike lane striping

Figuring out how to make the city more friendly for pedestrians and cyclists through reduced speeds and new asphalt striping were some of the leading topics of a recent Traffic Safety, Bikeways and Pedestrian Committee.

“Under the new standards, River Road north of Lockhaven and Wheatland Road could both be eligible for reductions,” said Mike DeBlasi, chair of the committee.

In 2020, the . . .

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