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Traffic Calming at State and Ashland Streets to be Discussed Wednesday

Traffic calming plans for E. State and E. Ashland streets in Doylestown Borough will be reviewed Wednesday at a public meeting.

Doylestown Borough is encouraging residents to attend a special public meeting on Wednesday to discuss traffic calming measures at E. State and E. Ashland streets.

Borough Council’s Public Safety Committee has planned the public meeting, which will begin at 7 p.m. at Borough Hall, 57 West Court St.

According to officials, the traffic calming proposal includes new signage, additional on-street parking, re-striping, pedestrian upgrades, and bike lanes. 

You can view the plans online here:


Mark Lindenmuth April 05, 2014 at 12:26 PM
Not that it's the only place that needs to be addressed, and I'm sure I sound like a broken record, but Washington Street (after the Ashland bend) could use a looking at. The lack of any stop signs or speed bumps gives drivers incentive to pick up plenty of speed. It makes me nervous every time I see a car aggressively have to slow down in order to avoid the CB West students walking home from school. I've only lived on the street for several months and have already seen it multiple times.

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