Jason Chartrand says vehicles routinely speed past his kids.
ATLANTA -- Parents in a Buckhead neighborhood sandwiched between two schools are asking for help from the City of Atlanta. They say people routinely drive at a high rate of speed down their street, as children walk to and from school with no sidewalks.
They've collected petitions for speed calming measures (like speed humps) and presented their request to the City. City engineers have even approved the installation of said speed humps. Yet, progress on the project has stalled.
So, one set of parents contacted 11Alive's Commuter Dude.