Speed limit to drop on U.S. 75 service road

By: First News
By: First News

SHERMAN, TX - Drivers will soon have to slow down on part of the U.S. Highway 75 service road in Sherman.

City Council members gave TX-DOT the okay to drop the speed limit gradually from 55 to 40 miles per hour along the northbound frontage road of the Sam Rayburn Freeway near the U.S. 82 intersection.

Mayor Bill Magers says TX-DOT requested the speed limit change to improve safety in the area. The speed limit signs will go up in the next couple of months.


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  • by Anonymous on May 15, 2012 at 07:31 AM
    Whats the use in lowering the speed limit to 40 when the police officers are not going to enforce it, if they go 40 they are going to go 45 or 50
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