A traffic study for several residential roads in Bridgeville suggests a few tweaks to help slow motorists and curtail the number of cars in those neighborhoods.
Borough Manager Lori Collins announced some of the findings during to give the public a glimpse of the findings.
The borough commissioned the traffic study earlier this year to see if there could be ways to dissuade Upper St. Clair from t onto Main Street. But when that entrance option was shut down, the traffic study still offered ideas for problematic areas in town.
Collins said there were a few minor suggestions for Pesavento Drive, Main Street and Cook School Road that included road signs or parking changes. But the traffic study also suggested the installation of speed humps on Ridge Road, which typically sees about 1,000 cars every day. That work could be completed by October.
“We think that would be an improvement to the neighborhood,” Collins said.
Councilman Bruce Ghelarducci, who is on the borough’s safety committee, reviewed the study and thinks they can continue to improve the safety of the town’s roads.
“We can look at other things as time goes on,” he said.
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