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System Comment
06-09-2015

A prioritized work order is in place for this issue. Repairs will take place according to their priority. Thank you for your patience.

System Comment
06-09-2015

A prioritized work order is in place for this issue. Repairs will take place according to their priority. Thank you for your patience.

Issue Closed
06-09-2015

Work has been completed in coordination with this issue. Thank you for using SeeClickFix!

Issue Closed
06-09-2015

Work has been completed in coordination with this issue. Thank you for using SeeClickFix!

Issue Closed
06-08-2015

Work has been completed in coordination with this issue. Thank you for using SeeClickFix!

Issue Closed
06-08-2015

Work has been completed in coordination with this issue. Thank you for using SeeClickFix!

A prioritized work order is in place for this issue. Repairs will take place according to their priority. Thank you for your patience.

Issue Closed
06-08-2015

Work has been completed in coordination with this issue. Thank you for using SeeClickFix!

Issue Closed
06-08-2015

Work has been completed in coordination with this issue. Thank you for using SeeClickFix!

Issue Closed
06-08-2015

Work has been completed in coordination with this issue. Thank you for using SeeClickFix!

System Comment
06-08-2015

A prioritized work order is in place for this issue. Repairs will take place according to their priority. Thank you for your patience.

System Comment
06-08-2015

Thank you for using SeeClickFix. Public Works has looked at this concern and reviewed the results from the Police speed trailer.

This location does not meet the minimum criteria for an all way stop. Stop signs are not intended to be used for speed control. Placing them where they are not warranted often results in a higher rate of drivers who ignore them.

When evaluating speed results, the 85th percentile speed is used as the indicator for when there is a speeding problem. This is the speed at which 85% of the vehicles are traveling below. The police speed trailer measured the 85th percentile speed on Devonshire Road at 31 mph which is well below the threshold of 36 mph which would qualify the street for traffic calming measures.

Work has been completed in coordination with this issue. Thank you for using SeeClickFix!

The signal was checked on 1/29 and the left turn arrow was working normally. As an added precaution, an adjustment was made to the signal timing to ensure that the left turn arrow comes on every cycle during the afternoon.

Issue Closed
06-06-2015

Work has been completed in coordination with this issue. Thank you for using SeeClickFix!

System Comment
06-06-2015

As stated above the city has a project to replace the faulty equipment.

System Comment
06-06-2015

A prioritized work order is in place for this issue. Repairs will take place according to their priority. Thank you for your patience.

The detection is being replaced as part of the current construction.

Issue Acknowledged
06-06-2015

The City of Dunwoody has received this issue. It is registered as service request #2777. Currently, we are working on this issue. Please check back for status updates.

System Comment
06-05-2015

A prioritized work order is in place for this issue. Repairs will take place according to their priority. Thank you for your patience.