By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento City Council on Tuesday approved a plan that would add more speed bumps in residential neighborhoods to slow down drivers.

The 2021 Speed Lump Project includes plans for more than 50 speed bumps across the city.

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Bumps allow emergency vehicles and buses to pass through but require most other drivers to slow down.

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Each speed lump costs about $4,000 on average.

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The program would total about $208,000, including signage and striping, and it would be paid for with funding from the city’s Vision Zero Safety Program – so no money from the general fund would be used.