Calif. students work with city to install traffic signal

03/11/2014 | Chico Enterprise-Record (Calif.)

Three seventh-graders involved in student government at Marsh Junior High School in Chico, Calif., are working with city leaders to get a traffic signal installed at a busy intersection in front of the school so traffic flow and pedestrian safety can improve. The students, who anticipate the problem will worsen next year when sixth-graders join the school, have filmed the intersection, reviewed traffic studies and created a PowerPoint presentation for city officials.

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