Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News

Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News

Keeping count on Port Townsend traffic

PORT TOWNSEND — Hendrik Taatgen, of the city of Port Townsend’s Active Transportation Advisory Board, conducts a traffic count at the intersection of 19th and Sheridan streets.

Currently a four-way stop in a school zone near Salish Coast Elementary, the advisory board counted morning and afternoon traffic for about an hour each, and it plans to submit a report to the City Council in the coming weeks.

Brenda McMillan, of the city’s Parks, Recreation and Tree Advisory Board, stood on the opposite corner.

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