Bloomington is considering lowering speed limits on neighborhood streets from 30 to 25 miles an hour.

The change would put Bloomington in line with neighboring cities, including Edina. City Engineer Julie Long said the change would not be jarring for most drivers.

"We have a lot of people who are already doing 25 in our neighborhoods," Long said during a Planning Commission meeting last week.

The city also is proposing limits of 20 miles an hour during pickup and drop-off times around all Bloomington schools.

The city is accepting feedback on the proposed speed limits as part of the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program.

Bloomington also is eyeing lower limits for larger city streets, including Lyndale Avenue and American Boulevard, according to Kirk Roberts, city traffic and transportation engineer. The city will take residents' feedback about new limits on larger streets this summer, Roberts said.

The Bloomington Planning Commission will have to approve any changes before the City Council can vote on the lower limits.