The city of Lansing says they are more then $220,000 short of funding traffic calming projects that it promised it citizens.
Council members aren't sure why the shortfall is happening.
A city finance official says the projects weren't a budget priority, were more expensive then planned and a "disconnect" in project requests and available funds are postponing the work.
Traffic calming includes traffic islands and roundabouts that help to slow cars in and around neighborhoods.
9 projects are currently unfunded.