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Governing.com Reports on How/Why Mayors Use Radarsign Brand Radar Speed Signs for Traffic Calming
Radarsign in the News: Don Sutton, mayor of Betterton, Maryland, shares his town's success with other municipal leaders and mayors across the U.S.
The governing.com article—"How One Small Town Slowed the Leadfoots Down"—shares how the "Maryland community combined cost-effective technology and data analysis to get its speeding problem under better control" by using Radarsign radar speed signs.
In the article, Mayor Don Sutton shares that Betterton installed the Radarsign TC-600, which "came with software that captures data on driver speeds and documents the time of day that speeding occurs. For the first time we could use analytics to see when drivers were actually speeding. This allowed us to better coordinate law enforcement services when we needed them most."
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