First, a tweet from the commissioner clarifying her suggestions for action:
And stop sign cameras, vehicle activated signs, embedded pavement flashing light systems and police enforcement https://t.co/D5CMxsMngc— Commissioner Karla M. Lewis, ANC5E06 (@ANC_5E06) April 29, 2019
Here are some post-meeting tweets from people who did not attend the meeting.
Very odd. The whole point of bulb outs is to slow traffic in a passive way. I don’t understand the resistance to them. They’re the cheapest and easiest thing to install.— Fix Dave Thomas Circle (@FixCircle) April 29, 2019
The city is never going to install a camera at every intersection on a street or in a neighborhood. The whole point of changing the streetscape is to encourage safe behavior without the need for constant enforcement.— Fix Dave Thomas Circle (@FixCircle) April 29, 2019
This is basically the status quo; requiring enforcement we're already not getting + losing the slower turn radii/shorter crosswalks + abandoning the goal of stop sign compliance. We finally have a plan, we don't need to blow it up at the last minute over 2 (doomed) spots. https://t.co/rJWUQijAtR— Nick Sementelli (@NSementelli) April 29, 2019