Kingsbridge Heights residents demand street light, speed bump

Residents in a Kingsbridge Heights neighborhood say they want something done about a dangerous intersection in front of the Jerome Aveune Library.Residents say those driving

KINGSBRIDGE HEIGHTS - Residents in a Kingsbridge Heights neighborhood say they want something done about a dangerous intersection in front of the Jerome Aveune Library.

Residents say those driving along Eames Place at the corner of Claflin Avenue are notorious speeders. They say they would like to see a speed bump or traffic light to protect the high foot-traffic that enters the library, as well as P.S. 307, which is nearby.

News 12 The Bronx reached out to the Department of Transportation and the local community board to see how the issue can be resolved.

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