Charents street: Safe crossing
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03.05.2013
Charents street: Safe crossing
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Roman Hovsepyan suggests:

As you know the part of Charents street that is adjacent to Yerevan State University is one of the busiest parts of that street because the street is used by thousands of people: the students and the staff of the YSU, the staff of our Institute and other institutions and local residents. Currently the nearest crossing of the street is located in front of the NAS Institute of Archeology and Ethnography. Nevertheless crossing the Charents street is still risky because of the cars with a horrible speed which don’t manage or perhaps don’t want to stop near the crossing and both people crossing the street and drivers face accident situations every day and every minutes and this situations often end up in different kinds of severity of accidents up till human victims.

On behalf of the NAS Institute of Archeology and Ethnography, YSU staff, students and all pedestrians crossing this street we ask to install speed limiting sign and also speedometer at the part adjacent to the YSU in order to make crossing and driving across the street safer. As an alternative way to the above mentioned version we find it acceptable if placing pedestrian push-button traffic lights.

Translated.
Answer:

Dear Roma this issue is under the domain of RA Traffic Police, but the Yerevan Municipality will interfere TP in this matter.

21.05.2013
Answer:

Thank you for the offer.

03.05.2013