What is the difference between a speed "hump" and a speed "bump"?

A speed "bump" is a shorter speed control device that is primarily used in parking lots, they are approximately 12-15 inches wide. A speed "hump" is used as a traffic control device on streets and roads. They are approximately 20 feet or wider.

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1. What is the service area for stormwater billing?
2. What is the billing period for my stormwater bill?
3. Who inspects land disturbance on construction sites?
4. Where is the County right-of-way?
5. What is a Roundabout?
6. How often are dirt roads scraped?
7. How do I find out if my road is on the list of roads to be paved?
8. What can I do to help improve stormwater quality?
9. Doesn't Stormwater Runoff Go Into the Sanitary Sewer?
10. What is Stormwater Pollution Prevention?
11. Who should I contact if a traffic signal or school zone light is out or is not functioning properly?
12. What is the "85th Percentile Speed"?
13. What is the difference between a speed "hump" and a speed "bump"?
14. Who do I call to request Speed Humps?
15. I need traffic count information along a road I am planning to open a business, who do I contact?
16. Who do I need to call to request sidewalks?
17. How do I get a "Children at Play" sign in my neighborhood?
18. I want to stop speeding on my street, can a stop sign be installed?
19. Who do I call if a traffic signal is not working properly?
20. Will a lower speed limit reduce speeding on my street?
21. Can I get a speed limit sign on my street?
22. Where do I stop at an intersection when there is both a stop bar and a stop sign?
23. How can I tell the difference between a sewer and a storm drain?