Mar 10, 2022 3 min read

Speed Limit Awareness Campaign Targets Ocean Avenue Motorists

They waved signs, played instruments and shouted “slow down” to let motorists know the speed limit on Ocean Avenue is now 20 miles per hour.

Traffic safety activists
Krist Klein, left, with Lick-Wilmerding High School sophomores. Alex Mullaney/Ingleside Light
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They waved signs, played musical instruments and shouted “slow down” at speeding vehicles.

A group of 14 volunteers and two organizers stood on opposite corners of the Ocean and Granada intersection on March 9 to make motorists know that 20 miles per hour is the new speed limit on Ingleside’s stretch of Ocean Avenue.

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