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Old 04-02-20, 10:03 AM
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Whoa. This is huge -

On March 12, The Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul announced plans to lower speed limits to support safer streets. Slower speeds on local streets make travel safer for everyone no matter how you get around.

New speed limits will be:
  • 20 mph for local residential streets;
  • 25 mph for larger, arterial city-owned streets; and
  • 30-plus mph for a few city-owned streets.
  • Per Minnesota law, cities do not have authority to change speed limits on county and MnDOT roads. Speed limits on these streets in Minneapolis and Saint Paul will not change.
Well, if it's actually enforced. The whole hands-free law that was recently passed has mostly been ignored.
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