Speeding cars on South Hampton Road caused four crashes in the past two weeks, according to one Hampton Hills neighbor.
Nestor Estrada, who lives in the 1500 block of South Hampton, told KXAS that he was rear-ended by a speeder while pulling out of his driveway in late 2015.
A speeding car recently crashed through a neighbor’s fence. Another hit a utility pole. Yet another hit a median tree. And two cars crashed while jockeying for position before the light at Wright Street, Estrada told the TV station.
Estrada called 311 to request a radar feedback sign, those installations that show the speed limit and your actual speed, which are shown to reduce speeding.
The city is expected to conduct a traffic study, and if it finds that 85 percent of traffic is moving 7 miles per hour or more above the posted speed limit, a radar sign could be installed.