Speed Bump Study

Below is a study conducted in Sonoma County discussing the issues about speed bumps. They discuss various reasons why they are not recommended.

Meeting with Traffic Dept

On January 4, 2019 Diane Kobernick , along with Mitchell Kobernick and Ken Dabbs, met with 3 Pasco County employees in the Traffic Department to discuss the status of the application to make Gulf Harbors a golf cart friendly community, and also to discuss the speeding...

Golf Cart Vote and Results

UPDATE: Dec 15, 2018.  The county has completed the traffic study.  The results showed that 85% of the traffic has exceeded the speed limit.  At one spot teh average speeder was clocked in at 41 MPH, and our speed limit is 30 MPH.  The traffic...

Tampa Bay Times Article

TAMPA BAY TIMES ARTICLE New Port Richey will open streets to golf carts on June 1 By Robert Napper, Times Correspondent Published: April 21, 2016 Updated: April 21, 2016 at 02:19 PM NEW PORT RICHEY — The City Council has legalized driving golf carts on some New Port...

NPR Golf Cart Information

CITY OF NEW PORT RICHEY – GOLF CART REGISTRATION Under City Ordinance (2016-2076), any resident that wishes to operate a golf cart on designated streets within city limits must register and have their golf cart inspected by the police department. Registration and...


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