Traffic Calming in HOAs, Neighborhoods and Residential Areas

The Community Associations Institute estimates that over 25 million American homes are governed by Homeowner Associations (HOAs), which work to protect home values and contribute to the overall quality of life in their neighborhoods. Speeding in residential areas—the most common citizen complaint faced by HOAs, local police and city councils—creates a danger to pedestrians, bicyclists and especially to children. However, as municipal budgets tighten and local law enforcement resources are stretched thin, HOAs are more frequently assuming responsibility for neighborhood traffic-calming solutions.     Read the article…………….


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