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Saratoga Springs study aims to curb traffic congestion along Broadway

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Saratoga Springs officials aim to ease the Broadway bottlenecks that test motorists’ patience and endanger pedestrians. The City Council on Tuesday approved hiring a traffic consultant to study ways to make traffic flow more smoothly through problem Broadway intersections, including the junction with Lake Avenue and Church Street. Council members unanimously voted to pay Albany firm Greenman-Pedersen Inc. $13,500 to hit the city’s main street in September to study traffic counts, including vehicles, pedestrians and ...

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