Marble Hill, MO police chief requests speed limit changes

Marble Hill, MO police chief requests speed limit changes

MARBLE HILL, MO (KFVS) - According to Marble Hill, Missouri Police Department Chief Marc Tragesser, after a review of speed limits around Marble Hill there could be some changes.

In a Facebook post, the chief said he turned over his request over to MoDOT to complete the study and they have agreed to the requested changes.

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Highway 34 East coming into town past the People's Bank (westbound lane) will be 45 mph instead of 35 mph.  The stop sign at the intersection of North Highway 51 turning onto West Main by Ross's will be a Yield instead of a stop sign. The chief hopes this will help the traffic flow better.

On August 20 at the City Council meeting, the chief will be requesting the changes to the City Ordinance.

If approved the chief has advised officers that the speed limit will be increased 10 mph more and will be approaching an intersection there will be zero tolerance anything over 45 mph.

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