Rio Grande Road Diet Traffic Study

It’s called a “road diet” and it’s become a popular way to tackle the problem of speeding drivers in Albuquerque, but some neighbors near one of the city’s most recent efforts feel like it isn’t helping.

A newly released study of a recent traffic lane reduction project on Rio Grande Boulevard found a late 2016 lane reduction between Matthew Avenue and Griegos Road helped reduce speeds and the number of cars driving through the Rio Grande neighborhoods.

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Full Story: Study suggests fewer cars, slower speed on re-striped Rio Grande Boulevard

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