Sinclair College’s Department of Public Safety is reminding the public to keep safety a priority as Fall Term begins on Monday, August 23rd. The public can expect to see increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic around Sinclair’s campus locations as more students and staff return to campus. For Fall Term, Sinclair has increased the number of in-person classes, meaning there will be more people on campus and more traffic.
Sinclair’s Department of Public Safety is reminding motorists and pedestrians of new traffic features on Fourth and Fifth Streets through Sinclair’s downtown Dayton campus. The speed limit is now 25 miles per hour in those areas and there are multiple raised pedestrian crossings that also serve as speed bumps. New electronic speed signs and flashing pedestrian crosswalk signs have been installed on Fourth and Fifth Streets. Sinclair’s Public Safety Officers will also monitor traffic and will be performing speed limit radar checks on motorists.
“The men and women of Sinclair’s Department of Public Safety are dedicated to maintaining a safe environment and we rely on the public to help us do that,” said Chief John Huber, Director – Sinclair College Department of Public Safety.
For more information about Sinclair’s Department of Public Safety, visit: sinclair.edu/publicsafety.