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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
80% of Roads in Warren County Don't Have Posted Speed Limit
Posted: 31-Mar-2010 7:48PM CDT
Topics: [Warren County]

A recent survey by the Bowling Green City-County Planning Commission found that 80% of the roads in Warren County have no posted speed limit. By law, the default speed limit for a road with no posted speed limit is 55 MPH. Warren County's fiscal court is considering measures to adopt a uniform speed limit for residential areas in the county: Bowling Green Daily News: Progress made in push for set speed limits; Mapping of Warren completed; next step involves meetings to determine constituents’ desires (March 30, 2010) [Outside Link]

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