PERRY HALL, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Thursday announced the installing of Perry Hall’s first digital speed sign, on Honeygo Boulevard north of Gunpowder Farm Road.
The sign has been placed near an intersection that is chronically the source of complaints about speeding. Councilman Marks has been working for years to improve traffic in this area.
“While I will still keep pushing for a traffic light, this sign will remind motorists of their activity and hopefully slow down speeds,” said Councilman Marks. “I would like to thank the Department of Public Works and Transportation for all their support.”
The sign is solar-powered to cut down on power costs. A second sign is located on Regester Avenue in Towson.