City "Anadrol 50" cuts Central Park speed limit to 20 mph
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City cuts Central Park speed limit to 20 mph after fatal collision The limit, which is 5 miles per hour lower than the rest of city, applies to both cars and cyclists in the park. "Anadrol 50" BY Erin Durkin
Linkedin Jill Tarlov, 59, was left brain dead after she was hit by a cyclist in Central Park in September. Ken Murray/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Keegan Stephan, an organizer with Right of Way, puts up speed limit signs in Central Park.
The city is slashing the speed limit in Central Park from 25 to 20 miles per hour, officials said Tuesday.
The slower limit will apply to both cars and cyclists cruising through the park. It comes after a cyclist fatally struck a pedestrian this fall.
"There is no question; slower traffic will mean a safer park," said Doug Blonsky, president of the Central Park Conservancy.
The new speed limit will take effect as soon as signs are posted in the next few days, according to the Department of Transportation.
The citywide default speed limit was cut to 25 miles per hour earlier this month. The park has traditionally had a lower limit than the rest of the city.
Geoffrey Croft of New York City Parks Advocates, who first wrote Buy Cheap Jintropin Online about the speed limit change on his blog, welcomed the moveand said a similar change should be made Dianabol 5 Week Cycle in Brooklyn's Prospect Park.
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