Thursday, May 20, 2010

WPD Cracking Down on Speed


Last week, Police Chief Bill Baker sent a letter to the City Council and the
mayor asking for their support of the police department’s ramped up effort to
crack down on speeders. Baker included data collected by a radar detector called
a SpeedSpy, which the department places in different areas of the city for
24-hour periods to determine where speeding issues are worst. On East Bridge
Street, Baker said, the detector clocked 97 percent of cars going over the speed
- John C.L. Morgan

(Update: The PPH has more on this story.)

Related: Speed City (May 1, 2008)

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