Vehicles bottom out after speed humps built 'too high'

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By CFRA News, July 6, 2017

Speed humps placed along Bayswater Avenue as a speed calming measure are being replaced after complaints about vehicles bottoming out.

Earlier this month a notice to residents was sent out explaining that three humps located between Beech St. and Sherwood Dr. were constructed too high and did not meet city specifications.“The city has a specification to which the speed humps should have been built -They weren’t built that way so the city is forcing the contractor to come back and replace those,” said Jeff Leiper, the councillor for the area.

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