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City Addressing Speeding Amid COVID-19 With Speed Trailers

City deploying speed trailers to encourage safe driving on emptier roads

Emptier roads due to the stay-at-home order make it easier to speed. Help us keep our streets safe – and reduce burdens on our hospitals – by following speed limits and driving cautiously. Drive safely when going out for essential services, and be aware of more people walking and biking on the roads. Thank you for helping keep our community safe.

To remind drivers to slow down, the city is deploying speed trailers this week. The following locations have significant bicyclist and pedestrian activity, as well as connections to services and open space: 

1. 30th Street, between Colorado Avenue and Arapahoe Avenue  

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2. Folsom Street, between Spruce Street and Mapleton Avenue 

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3. Baseline Road, between 37th Street and Meadowbrook Drive 

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4. Baseline Road, between Lincoln Place and 10th Street (across entrance to Chautauqua Park) 

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Find more information about the city's transportation safety initiatives.

Published: April 22, 2020