More speed "tables" could soon pop up around Albany. They're similar to speed "humps" only larger.
“It's a perceived and a reality problem that you might have speeders on it, so that's why we do the speed study, and we determine in fact that there is a speeding issue. If there is a speeding issue, we come up with ways to try and slow that traffic down," says Engineering Director Bruce Maples.
Maples says there is a less than 100 thousand dollars in the budget for this, and city commissioners are looking at dividing up the number of tables for each ward.
Each speed table costs about $4400.