BeautifulPB supports efforts to reduce vehicle speeds throughout our community in a variety of ways.
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Working to Slow Speeds in PB
We know that slow speeds protect people who walk and bike in Pacific Beach. Traffic fatality rates rise dramatically for speeds above 20 mph.
BeautifulPB supports efforts to slow down vehicle speeds throughout the community. One way we do this is by promoting the Slow Street program in our community and assisting the City with outreach and data collection. Slow streets demonstrate how roadway space can provide benefits to the community beyond just moving cars.
Our letter writing campaign also helps demonstrate community support for our Slow Streets. Members of the PB community can email Councilmember Campbell to let her know how important you think slow streets are for our community.
Here is a sample letter anyone can use as a template to advocate for slow streets in Pacific Beach.
BeautifulPB supports efforts to reduce vehicle speeds throughout our community in a variety of ways. We advocate for the continued maintenance and improvement of the Diamond Street Slow Street, and expansion of our PB Pathways and active transportation network. We also support AB 43, which would revise an outdated state law that requires cities to set the speed limit at the speed of the car going faster than 85 out of 100 car drivers. This encourages speeding on our streets, and maintains an unsafe transportation system for our most vulnerable users.
BeautifulPB is a partner on the Try Slow PB campaign to encourage drivers to slow down in Pacific Beach. You can see our signs throughout the community, reminding drivers to reduce their speeds on our streets. Get your own Try Slow sign by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.