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What do you think is the most effective way to slow down speeders is?

POLL: City testing new way to make school zones safer
By Thia James paNOW Staff

Prince Albert is trying to slow down traffic in school zones and it is giving a new method a trial run along Olive Diefenbaker Drive.

The one-year traffic calming island pilot project begins the week before students at the nearby St. Francis School and Ecole Vickers return to class.

What do you think is the most effective way to slow down speeders is?
Speed bumps
58.2% (39 votes)
Traffic calming islands
6% (4 votes)
More stop signs/lights
1.5% (1 vote)
Increased police presence
28.4% (19 votes)
Stiffer penalties to deter speeding
6% (4 votes)

Take the Poll

What do you think is the most effective way to slow down speeders is?

What do you think is the most effective way to slow down speeders is?
Speed bumps
58.2% (39 votes)
Traffic calming islands
6% (4 votes)
More stop signs/lights
1.5% (1 vote)
Increased police presence
28.4% (19 votes)
Stiffer penalties to deter speeding
6% (4 votes)

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