Lantana motorists can expect to receive more feedback this year.
Fresh water supply district board members in December approved the purchase of two additional solar powered portable radar speed feedback signs to deter speeding on Stacee Lane.
Stacee Lane runs north-south between Lantana Trail and Hickory Hill Road. Blanton Elementary School and Harpool Middle School sit at the north end of the road.
The signs, at a total cost of $8,880, are identical to the pair that was placed on Lantana Trail last year.
A 12-inch LED digital readout shows drivers their current speed and also collects data such as average speeds and traffic volume.
The signs will be mounted to existing speed limit signs on Stacee Lane and can be moved to different locations as the need arises.
“Speeding on Stacee Lane is an ongoing issue and I’m glad the boards are addressing it for the safety of our residents,” said FWSD #6 board member Max Miller.