New speed humps are expected to be installed within the next several weeks along Rosedown Drive.
Four humps will be added to the road the request of the local homeowners association. The initiative is part of the county’s Residential Traffic Administration Program, which allows roads to be review for traffic calming procedures if requested by a board member.
Other speed humps could be added to Beverly Drive in Ashburn.
The total cost of both projects is $56,000. Funds are already appropriated in the county’s general fund.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors will vote on the projects at a meeting on Tuesday, July 16. If approved, construction would begin as soon as possible.
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