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By Molly Bronner


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FRAMINGHAM – Speeding on Potter Road and Brook Street were on the agenda for the Framingham Traffic Commission’s meeting this month. This is not the first time the neighborhoods have been before the Commission about speeding.

Both neighborhoods have a lot of motorists speeding, which can be dangerous due to the schools situated on both roads.

The Commission recently engaged a consultant to look into the issue, collect data, and make recommendations for improvements.

The Traffic Commission is moving forward on their plan to increase crosswalk signage and plan to do the same with the speed signs.

This should be complete before school starts this fall, said the Commission Tuesday night.

But the Commission wants to wait for the consultant’s report before doing any other measures, to curtail speeders.

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Molly Bronner, 16, will be a junior at Framingham High School, and is a summer intern for SOURCE.

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