Why Doesn't the Town Have Speed Limit Signs in Residential Neighborhoods?

    Most cities do not post speed limit signs on residential streets since most drivers are aware of State Law.

    Historical studies have shown that speeds do not change based on a change in the speed limit sign.

    Would require the placement of speed limit signs on every street (average cost per sign is $160)

    Speed limit signs detract from the aesthetic appeal of a neighborhood.

    Overuse of speed limit signs limits their usefulness.

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