Police will continue heightened traffic safety enforcement on Hiller Street in Belmont. The city also plans to add new signage, striping and radar feedback signs on the street to address community concerns.
A recent Parking and Traffic Safety Committee meeting aimed to address calming measures on Hiller, according to the city’s latest newsletter. Residents shared concerns about speeding, lack of stop sign compliance and other examples of poor driving on the street.
In the last year, Belmont police issued nearly 100 moving violations on the street. Police will continue that enforcement. The city will also explore other community suggestions, like adding stop signs. The next community meeting is tentatively scheduled in May.