Cranberry Township is getting ready for an annual campaign that aims to keep the streets safer.
The slow down program is known as “Keep Kids Alive, Drive 25” will officially get underway on June 7th.
The campaign places radar speed signs around various neighborhoods in the township. The radar signs are moved every day to different neighborhoods and data is gathered to identify areas where more awareness is needed.
There is still time for neighborhoods to sign up for the campaign; more information on the program is available here.
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