HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - We start this week with another request for speed enforcement in a Huntsville neighborhood. This time, that request is for two streets - Broadview Drive and Greenhill Drive. Both roads run east to west and intersect with Pulaski Pike, north of Sparkman Drive.
One viewer posted on See, Click, Fix and e-mailed us, saying that vehicles travel well over the residential speed limit. He thinks both Broadview and Greenhill have needed speed bumps for years. To do that, the City of Huntsville would have to do a traffic study.
I checked with the city, and Police Chief Lewis Morris said the last report of speeding there was in 2008. He's now turning it over to officers, so look for police cars in the neighborhood in the coming weeks. Morris also said that if you see problems with speeding, report it to Huntsville Police.
The other issue this week, we can mark as fixed. Someone posted that there were potholes on Morningside Drive in Huntsville and the middle of the road was sinking. That information went straight to the city, which dispatched a public works crew to fill it in.
Now, there's a long, dark patch in the middle of the road. We checked it yesterday and saw several cars roll over it without any problem.