FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The city of Fort Worth has implemented safety improvements in the Chisholm Ridge neighborhood following a Ones For Justice investigation in September.

This month, the city lowered the speed limit heading into the curve on Horseman Road from 30 mph to 10 mph.

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Officials also placed a solar-powered stop sign at the intersection of Horseman Road and Whitefeather Lane, in addition to advance warning signs and red object markers.

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On October 7, the city also installed LED lighting in the area.

A spokeswoman could not immediately say Tuesday how much the safety improvements cost.

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Previously, city officials told The Ones For Justice each sign cost roughly $500 to post.