Windham neighborhood wants speed limit lowered
Most recently, the Windham Police department conducted a speed survey of the area in response to residents’ concerns.
The survey results, among other factors, led members of the town’s highway safety committee to opt against lowering the speed limit earlier this year.
“We have several young children and we’re just amazed at the speed people drive down our street,” Renee Cushman said.
Chairman Ross McLeod noted that there are several such signs around town but he felt those signs “are a feel good measure” as they’re not legally binding.
Under New Hampshire traffic laws, the speed limit for business and urban residence districts is 30 miles per hour.
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