Acknowledged by: St. Petersburg, FL

Traffic Issue Acknowledged

3474-3482 34th Avenue North Saint Petersburg, Florida Show on Map Hide Map
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Civic Points: 0

Issue ID:

3892284

Submitted To:

City of St. Petersburg

Category:

Traffic Issue

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Description

34th Ave between 34th street and 37th street is five blocks long. Just over the last hour I have watched five vehicles going 40 to 50 miles per hour headed west from 34th st. According to the drivers manual an unmarked neighborhood street is 25 mile an hour street. There are no postings and when one says something to a violator they just throw a bird out the window. Most of this type of traffic comes from people cutting through the neighborhood to avoid the light at 38th I have lived on this section for 35+ years and have repeatedly asked for speed bumps and speed limit signs to no avail. The city just makes excuses like calming that this section is not long enough for speed bumps. That is a pile! 35th street between 32ave and 34th ave is two blocks long and has two speed bump. How does that happen? There has never been enough traffic on those two blocks to warrant speed bumps yet they are there and 34th Ave keeps getting ignored. There is a lot of foot traffic and children playing on and around this section of 34th Ave. The least the city should do is post speed limit signs.

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13 Comments

  • Acknowledged Mayor's Action Center 5 (Registered User)

  • Michael Frederick, Mgr Transportation (Verified Official)

  • Green (Registered User)

  • Michael Frederick, Mgr Transportation (Verified Official)

  • Closed Michael Frederick, Mgr Transportation (Verified Official)

  • Green (Registered User)

  • Michael Frederick, Mgr Transportation (Verified Official)

  • Reopened Green (Registered User)

  • Michael Frederick, Mgr Transportation (Verified Official)

  • Closed Mayor's Action Center 5 (Registered User)

  • Reopened Green (Registered User)

  • Acknowledged Mayor's Action Center 5 (Registered User)

  • Michael Frederick, Mgr Transportation (Verified Official)

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