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I have lived on this street for 13 yrs and the speeding traffic is out of control!
I am not holding out any hope those speed limit signs will provide any resolution. Now that the bike lanes are complete, this section of 30th Ave N (between 58th St N and 49th St N) has worsened and become a freeway.
Since the completion of the bike lanes, the emergency vehicles now use this route as a main throughfare. The police, paramedics and fire trucks and even the school buses are going 50+ mph on this road now. I do not see this as a police issue.... this is a traffic issue.
I belong to a biking group, which stopped using 30th Ave N due to the danger. It's pretty sad that I have a new bike lane right outside my front door and am afraid to use it. I will continue to use the sidewalks.
We need to slow the traffic by adding a stop sign, round-a-bout, speed bumps, etc.
With all the money and time spent creating this bike lane, someone needs to address the safety concerns for the cyclists, pedestrians and residents of this neighborhood or will it take someone's child getting hit by a speeding vehicle to correct the issue?
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