The City of Boston wants your best ideas for how you can help make its streets safer using radar speed feedback signs. The City has recently procured 34 new signs, which display the speed limit and a passing vehicle’s speed and flash when the vehicle surpasses the speed limit.
The City wants participants to analyze a collection of criteria and propose locations where the speed feedback signs should be installed. More importantly, it wants to know the reasons behind your decisions. The final product shouldn’t just be a list of streets, but a process.
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