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Speed Feedback Signs on City and County of Denver Fleet Vehicles

digital speed sign posted on back of truckDenver Public Works will begin to deploy driver feedback signs on city vehicles that alert passing motorists of their speeds. The Department will utilize vehicles that park along roadways while crews are in the field. The signs will aid in calming traffic, slowing speeding drivers and improving work zone safety.

 

Speed Reduction Initiative

Over the next few years, Denver Public Works will seek to appropriately set speed limits in our urban areas and districts where there is a high level of pedestrian and bicycle traffic. Within the next few months, several Denver streets with a history of speeding will see speed limit reductions, which include:

  • West Evans Avenue from Federal Boulevard to Huron Street
  • Cherry Creek Drive South from University to Colorado Boulevards
  • 1st Avenue/Steele Street/Cherry Creek Drive North/Alameda Avenue from University to Colorado Boulevards
  • Peoria Street from 47th to 39th Avenues
  • 56th Avenue from Quebec Street to Tower Road