"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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