Speed bumps will soon be installed along Rainbow Crest Drive in Agoura Hills by the request of neighborhood residents, who fear that uncontrolled speeding will bring tragedy.
The City Council approved the project last year but delayed installation due to the city's strained fiscal situation.
The council decided to proceed, officials said, because the project was deemed relatively inexpensive at an estimated cost of $17,000.
The project will go out to bid by the end of this month, City Engineer Elroy Kiepke said. The bumps, which will be installed from Reyes Adobe Road to Forest Cove Lane, should be in place before summer, he said.