Ask Joe: Viewer concerned about speeding

A viewer wants to know what can be done to cut down on speeding in her neighborhood ?

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arider - 10/2/2013 7:05 PM
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Caught the story on tonight's news. What's with the statistic of 85% of traffic at 38 mph or less? Is this implying the allowable limit is 8 mph over the posted limit? I don't understand the relevance of this statistic. More to the point would be that 15% of the traffic is going over 38 mph. That would seem to be a problem to me in a residential area. The response tonight seemed to accept these figures as reasonable. If I were a resident in that area, I'd be concerned for the safety too.

jd111358 - 10/1/2013 10:34 PM
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solution: move to a less populated area?

BDeckwa - 10/1/2013 9:06 PM
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Those speed devices that the police put around are not worth the money they spent on them. I had one outside of my house for a little over a week and it did nothing to slow the speeders. Prater Way, Pyramid Way and Mc Carran Blvd. are raceways. The police cant catch them but I find them everyday without looking.
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