The South San Francisco Police Department will install Radar Speed Feedback Signs at eight separate locations within the city that were identified as the most critical to the safety of our school children.
The slated locations are westbound Appian Way, westbound McClellan Drive, eastbound Avalon Drive, westbound South San Francisco Drive, eastbound Sister Cities Boulevard, northtbound Willow Avenue, northtbound Rosewood Drive, and southbound Callan Boulevard.
The Radar Speed Feedback Signs will enhance the safety of school children around elementary school areas and remind drivers of their travel speed in school zones. In addition, these signs provide a tool for motorists so that they can watch their speed.
In addition to the Radar Speed Feedback Signs installation, the Police Department will focus traffic enforcement at designated areas within the city and on increasing seat belt compliance. The Radar Speed Feedback Signs and enforcement are provided by a traffic safety grant from the California State Office of Traffic Safety. The city will begin installations of the Radar Speed Feedback Signs upon delivery for the purpose of increasing traffic safety awareness with motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists.