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WEST SHORE LETTERS: Radar could be best solution for speeders

Re: Speed issue solutions moving slowly, residents say (Gazette, June 25)

After reading this article and understanding the issues surrounding speeding in this area, it is easy to see that any solution may not be simple.

Now, I have never been a supporter of photo radar, in fact, I consider myself a victim of it in the past and vocally supported its removal. That being said, I do believe that photo radar could be used as a deterrent for speeding in this case, if it were installed on a permanent basis and signage provided on the highway leading up to this exit gave ample warnings to drivers.

Robin Bellows

Langford

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