City Hall and the Moose Jaw Police Service are planning a roadside survey for September to find out how effective "rumble strips" are in school zones.


With kids back in school across Moose Jaw, City Hall is paying closer attention to our driving habits.

Assistant City Engineer Josh Frederick tells us they are studying those rumble strips which were installed around the city last year to see if the pilot project should become the standard in all school zones.

"We are looking at reviewing the rumble strips and their effectiveness in school zones around the city and we would like to do a sort of review with the public. We'll be working with the police department to pull traffic off and ask them a few questions."

That study will be conducted during the first half of September.