Twenty-four neighborhoods – a record high for the program’s four years in Cranberry – have signed up to participate in the Township’s two-phase Slow Down driving campaign this year. Phase One, timed to alert drivers to the school year’s end, will be held between June 6 and June 19. Phase Two, timed to coincide with the resumption of school, will run from August 25 through September 8.
At their April 24 meeting, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors was given a briefing on plans for the safety campaign. Elements of the 2014 effort will include post-mounted street signs, yard signs, a speed trailer, increased police presence, and a speed study. The goal of the campaign is to raise motorists’ awareness of their own driving habits, encourage them to slow down, and to be vigilant for children in and around Township roadways.
Sponsors of this year’s campaign include CTCC, ReMax Select Realty and Ed Rae, RJ Community Management, and Cranberry Community Management Company. For more information, contact Duane McKee