Prepare for speed bumps on Taconic State Parkway in New York City

Speed ​​bumps are placed on the Taconic State Parkway.

Dutchess County Milan Volunteer Firefighters shared photos of speed bumps placed on the Taconic State Parkway on Facebook.

Milan Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.

“Due to safety concerns for our members during incidents. We recently implemented portable speed bumps to help slow traffic on our roads, particularly the Taconic State Parkway,” the service wrote. arson in Milan.

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Portable speed bumps will only be placed when officials respond to clear something from the highway.

“These can be deployed by a single firefighter and signs are installed to warn motorists that they are in place,” the Milan Volunteer Fire Department said.

Portable speed bumps will also be placed on the streets of Dutchess County to protect officials and drivers.

“We ask for your cooperation and patience as we work to eliminate any incident we may face so that all of our members return home safe and sound,” added the Milan Volunteer Fire Department.

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