Street speed changes loom after latest citywide traffic study in Menifee

Menifee Mayor Bill Zimmerman with the city council presents the city’s Business Spotlight award to Gracie’s Lunchbox owners at the Nov. 3 council meeting. The Lunchbox at 28089 Bradley Road has been active in providing many nonprofit agencies with their baked goods to help with fundraisers in the city. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
The Menifee City Council addressed recommended speed limit changes on major streets in the city and tentatively approved a first ever citywide master drainage plan in the event of major rainstorms during its Wednesday, Nov.3 meeting at city hall. The speed limit changes followed a recent traffic survey made on most of the streets in the city by a traffic study firm. The study was revealed for the first time before the city council with an excused absence from Councilmember Bob Karwin. The study presented by STC Traffic consultants, provided the council with its recommended speed limit changes based upon the collected speed data, a field review of roadway conditions, adjacent land uses and accident history provided by the police department. The STC survey showed 114 segments of roadwa
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