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Around Turlock – August 8

Brandon McMillan/TurlockCityNews.com

Speed bumps are placed in neighborhoods that get heavy traffic, forcing speedsters to slow down on those busy streets and keep people safe. At the same time, some drivers may find the bumps a little annoying.

These speed bumps, located on East Springer Drive between Fosberg Road and Olive Avenue, are just one example of the safety measure found around Turlock; Tuolumne Road and Minnesota Avenue are also littered with speed bumps.

What are your thoughts on the speed bumps around town?

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Comments 3

  1. Marline Tillery says:

    I hate them, and the round about too. Its sad to see how many dis respectful drivers’ are out there. I avoid roads with speed bumps as they damage the under carriage and front end suspension.

  2. Tammy Hart says:

    They r a useful pain… Lol we need one farther up on E Springer- between Geer and Folsom. People drive way too fast!

  3. Billy says:

    the city should install speed bumps on Johnson in between Marshall and Canal right next to the little league baseball field. Lots of students during school yr and families/children during baseball season

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