"At intersections, we can do some things to calm people down, and we continually try to do those things," said Jeff Weatherford, deputy director of Houston Public Works. "The biggest thing is, and it is something I don't have an answer for, is how are we going to get people to slow down."
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2016_can_am_outlander_1000r_xmr Many fatal wrecks are clustered on once-sleepy farm-to-market roads that have transformed into major thoroughfares, a change driven by suburban growth. That leaves drivers going the posted speed limit of 60 mph behind people hitting the brakes to turn into residential developments or businesses.