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South Pasadena residents say stop sign on Pine hasn't helped much in reducing, slowing traffic

"The stop sign was installed in conjunction with Alhambra, after that city's council in 2009 decided to adopt a phased-in, traffic-calming approach," the Pasadena Star-News reports. "Mary Chavez, director of public works for Alhambra, said the stop sign did help, because drivers no longer have a clear shot down Pine to Atlantic."

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