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Yay money grab. Maybe if the speed limits werent set so low that everyone was going faster than them, 'speeding' wouldnt be so much of a problem.
It sounds to me like they just raised the speed limit to 70 MPH
Des Moines police say they will install speed cameras along Interstate 235 that after a month's grace period will issue citations to motorists traveling more than 10 mph over the limit.The cameras will be installed Aug. 22 on the freeway between 56th Street and Polk Boulevard. They will track motorists in the four eastbound lanes, where the speed limit is 60 mph.
There is a curve right there and it is dangerous when there is a stalled motorist or an accident ahead. Great spot for a speed camera.
Don't tell alarson that.
Just because alarson is a skilled enough driver to be doing 70+ in downtown Des Moines on I-235 does not mean every single driver on I-235 is skilled enough to be driving at that speed. That's the big part alarson tends to forget about.
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