Raleigh seeks input on traffic-calming project
Posted January 3, 2013
Updated January 4, 2013
Raleigh, N.C. — The City of Raleigh has scheduled a public meeting for next month to review an upcoming project that's designed to get drivers to slow down in a north Raleigh neighborhood.
About 3,500 vehicles travel daily on Rainwater Road, prompting city officials to implement traffic-calming measures, such as extended curbs and medians.
Nearly 100 residents, however, have signed a petition against the project, despite a city study that found that speeding is a problem in the area.
Eric Lamb, Raleigh's planning and development manager, has said city staff have already made a number of changes to the proposal.
The design review for anyone wanting to give further input on the plans is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Feb. 5 at the City Council Chambers in the Raleigh Municipal Building, at 222 W. Hargett St.