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Cleveland installs first 3 of 100 speed tables to slow traffic [Video]

The streets where tables are being installed see average speeds near or exceeding 25 mph, and 85% of vehicles travel 31 mph or faster under free-flowing conditions.

CLEVELAND — The city of Cleveland on Tuesday installed the first three of 100 planned asphalt speed tables aimed at reducing speeding and increasing pedestrian safety on the city’s streets. 

City crews installed speed tables on East 140th Street, south of Kinsman Road, with installation set to begin in Ward 15 and Ward 11 before moving on to other locations across the city throughout the summer. 

“This project is critical because we know that lower speeds save lives,” said Mayor Justin M. Bibb. “There are studies that show a one mile-per-hour reduction in vehicle speeds on urban streets results in a six percent decrease in traffic fatalities. Physical traffic calming works and is an important component of our all-of-government approach to summer safety.” 

The speed humps are intended to …

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Monopoly for the Monarch fundraiser at Eastmont March 24 [Video]

Monopoly lovers will have an opportunity to transform their love for the game into a tool for change at the Eastmont Foundation's Monopoly for the Monarch fundraising event Sunday, March

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AP African American studies class debuts in 60 US high schools Action News Jax [Video]

AP African American Studies will introduce a new generation of students to the amazingly rich cultural, artistic and political contributions of African Americans, said Trevor Packer, the College Boards senior vice president of AP and instruction.