Speed humps are not an official traffic control device and are not addressed in the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) but are instead a geometric pavement design feature. Their main purpose is to slow vehicles to speeds under 30 mph. They are self-enforcing and often called "sleeping police officers".Are speed bumps hurting the environment?
Speed bumps are also very bad for the environment. A study found that in one north London street with a speed limit of 20mph and fitted with road humps, a petrol driven car produced 64 per cent more nitrogen dioxide (NO2) than in a similar 20mph street fitted with road cushions.Can residential speed humps?
Everyone deserves safe streets, but if cars are speeding on your residential street, you can apply for a speed hump to be installed. Before applying, please be aware that completing a speed hump request involves multiple steps of engagement and technical review.What are mobile speed bumps?
The Mobile Speed Bump is a pause-to-go; a traveling interruption; a rest in the fast-paced rhythm of our everyday lives. In the midst of the widespread digitalization of our physical world, bumps provide moments of material respite.