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SAO 9 days ago

GreetingsCan you please review the truck route along Mud st E. I live between 2nd rd E and 3 rd E on Mud. The dump trucks coming from the corrie going west along Mud are always well over the speed limit. The speed limit by the school is a 50 km zone, then changes to a 70km zone at the park. So what the drivers are doing is as soon as they see no enforcement at the school they speed up to 80-85km. Now consider these are loaded trucks. (22 tons of gravel plus the weight of the truck). There was an accident as recent as last week at 3rd rd E and Mud st. A loaded dump truck hit a Toyota Camry crossing Mud. St. Last summer a loaded dump truck crashed in to the trees at the front on my place (250 Mud St E). Somehow he got on the soft shoulder and he couldn’t recover. The truck was completely destroyed, 5 mature trees destroyed, thankfully now one was hurt. I do understand that Mud is truck route, and it may be hard to eliminate this route, but that being said a speed reduction from 3rd to 2nd. Where there is a stop sign. As well as a four way stop at 3rd and Mud would make the roads much safer. Also consider there has been a major increase in traffic in this area.RegardsJeff Kennedy

Jeff 2 months ago