Griffith Road - 2017

Phase 2 of Traffic Calming in Pimmit Hills

 

At the end of May, residents of Griffith Road and several adjoining streets ("affected area") received a letter in the mail about community efforts to calm the traffic on Griffith Road.  The proposal is to install three speed humps on Griffith Road, like the ones that are already on Pimmit Road.  These are low and wide humps, the kind that you can drive over at 15 mph. You can park on them and plow them.  The letter came with a self-addressed and stamped ballot to return to the County by June 26, 2017.  

     The proposal is to add speed humps to Griffith Road at these locations:


    2047 Cherri Drive and Griffith Park

    1926 and 1927 Griffith Rd

    1862 and 1863 Griffith Rd


    • Fairfax County traffic studies show that Griffith Road gets a lot of traffic and cars are going way too fast.  Check out the griffith rd traffic study.pdf
    • Construction in the Tysons area is driving even more traffic through the neighborhood on Griffith Road.
    • Residents of Griffith Road have experienced property damage (smashed cars) from unsafe traffic on Griffith Road.
    • Children on the way to and from school bus stops have experienced near misses from speeding cars on Griffith Road.  Other residents also report they have been nearly hit by unsafe traffic on Griffith Road.
    • Households in the affected area each get one vote.  All ballots are due no later than June 26th.  If you received a ballot, please cast your ballot and make your voice heard!  Lost your ballot?  Download another one, but remember only one vote per household in the affected area:  Ballot Griffith Road.doc
       

    Proposed Traffic Calming Plan.docx  

                                                                              Letter to households in the affected area:

                                

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