Speed limits are set based on multiple factors, including balancing safety with the need to move traffic as efficiently as possible. If you don’t like a speed limit, appeal to the city or county council overseeing the road, not the police.
Speed limits are set based on multiple factors, including balancing safety with the need to move traffic as efficiently as possible. If you don’t like a speed limit, appeal to the city or county council overseeing the road, not the police. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Speed limits are set based on multiple factors, including balancing safety with the need to move traffic as efficiently as possible. If you don’t like a speed limit, appeal to the city or county council overseeing the road, not the police. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

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