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HUDSON, OH (January 28, 2021) – Following is a summary of the Tuesday, January 26 City Council Workshop. To watch the full meeting, visit www.hudson.oh.us/WatchMeetings.
Correspondence and Council Comments
Council discussed these items and wants to consider these concepts further before making any decisions.
Council also asked the Park Board to consider adding a sledding hill. The Board indicated that Hudson is largely flat, so dirt would need to be brought in. The Board will examine this further.
Staff is considering increased striping of the roads and crosswalks, adaptive signals, better sign lighting, targeted speed enforcement, and signal timing changes to allow pedestrians to start across the street before cars get the green light as solutions to some of these issues. The solution used will vary by intersection based on the safety concern.
The City is creating a webpage to provide more information about the status of traffic safety projects. Residents will be able to let the Traffic Safety Committee know about their pedestrian/bicycle safety concerns online. Check this “under construction” link in February for when it goes live: www.hudson.oh.us/TrafficSafety.