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City of Shoreacres
News Release
Thursday, February 16, 2012

Traffic Humps Proposed for Miramar Drive

 

The City of Shoreacres has been petitioned to install traffic humps on Miramar Drive between Baywood Avenue and Fairfield Avenue. The purpose of these traffic humps would be to reduce the speed of vehicles traveling along Miramar Drive.

 

As proposed six traffic humps would be placed across Miramar Drive. Each traffic hump will span the full width of the street, have a traveled length of twelve feet, and a rise of three inches.

 

In addition to the traffic humps, pavement markings and signs will be erected to warn motorists approaching each traffic hump from both directions.

 

The proposed location of each traffic hump on Miramar Drive has been marked with a solid white line on the street.  

 

 

The City Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, February 27th to offer the public an opportunity to comment on the proposed traffic humps.

 

Written comments may be sent by mail to the City Office at 601 Shore Acres Blvd, Shoreacres, TX 77571; delivered by hand to the City Office front desk or placed in the city drop box at 601 Shore Acres Blvd, Shoreacres; sent by fax at 281.471.8955; or by e-mail to administrator@cityofshoreacres.us. Comments should be received by noon on February 27, 2012 to be considered at the public hearing. 

 

The installation of traffic humps is authorized and regulated by the City Code sections 62-75 through 62-82 which were added by Ordinance in November 2011.

 

Notice is given that a

PUBLIC HEARING

will be held on
 Monday, February 27, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
 in the City Council Chambers on the first floor at
City Hall, 601 Shoreacres Blvd., Shoreacres, Texas.
 

    

 

Visit the city's website anytime for the status of all of our projects. 




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