Knott Street Speed Limit
This past Spring GPNA was approached by a resident concerned about the speed of traffic on Knott Street west of 33rd. It was felt that the 30 mile per hour limit encouraged speeds inappropriate for a residential street, and that a modest reduction of the limit to 25 miles per hour would have significant benefit. A compelling presentation on the matter was made at the June 4th General Meeting, and a petition presented with numerous signatures from area residents.
GPNA voted to support this petition, directing Vice President Ron Laster to write a letter to PBOT supporting the speed limit reduction.
GPNA Letter to Portland Bureau of Transportation
Citizen Presentation to GPNA