Denver City Council Approves Plan to Reduce Neighborhood Speed ​​Limits

DENVER (KDVR) – Denver city council members approved a proposal Monday night that would reduce speed limits in neighborhoods from 25 mph to 20 mph.

The proposal was approved January 11 on Monday night. Under the plan, alleyways would have a 15 mph limit, roadways in parks would be reduced from 20 mph to 15 mph, and neighboring streets would be capped at 20 mph.

Council member Kendra Black, who was the only person to vote against the plan, expressed concern about the cost of converting the sign. These changes will cost about $1.5 million in areas not seen as the most problematic.

The mayor still needs to sign off on the proposal before it can go into effect.

https://kdvr.com/news/local/denver-city-council-passes-plan-to-reduce-neighborhood-speed-limits/ Denver City Council Approves Plan to Reduce Neighborhood Speed ​​Limits


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