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Council makes revisions to traffic bylaw

by Phil Ambroziak

During the regular council meeting held Aug. 24, first reading was given to a revised traffic bylaw – a move city officials say was prompted last fall by conversations between then bylaw enforcement officer Frank Richardson and a provincial court judge regarding enforceability of certain provisions. 366 more words

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On slow driving as protest.

My apologies to anyone who has been stuck driving behind me recently.

I’ve been driving very slowly.  As in, actually following traffic laws.  Whereas most people drive between one and fifteen miles per hour over the posted speed limit, I’ve been driving about two miles per hour below posted speed limits. 1,381 more words

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Winnipeg police to enforce school zone speed limits September 1

WATCH: Lorraine Nickel’s complete story

WINNIPEG — Back to school time will be here soon – but school zone speed traps will be here sooner. 357 more words

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NJ Driving Test - Speed (mph) limits, facts and violations

NJ Driving Test – Speed (mph) limits, facts and violations

  • Hitting the dashboard or windshield at 30 mph is like falling from the top of a three-story building.
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Driverless Cars and Speed Limits

How fast should driverless cars be allowed to drive?  Driverless cars are programmed to travel at the designated speed limits on our roads. This makes complete logical sense; however, the reality is that this is a lot slower than most vehicles travel on many of our roads. 196 more words

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Speed limits to be increased on new parkway's westbound lanes

Frustrated drivers heading into Windsor on the new $1.4-billion Herb Gray Parkway will soon get a break from the 60 km/h speed limit for the final two kilometres from just past St. 368 more words


Most of what is marketed as the new is, in fact, a repackaging of the old, which results in the eternal return of the same.

Mark C. Taylor, Speed Limits

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