Light trails from passing vehicles are seen in front of a mobile speed-limit-reading sign in Hurst. Fort Worth is in the process of buying more such signs in an effort to slow down drivers.
Light trails from passing vehicles are seen in front of a mobile speed-limit-reading sign in Hurst. Fort Worth is in the process of buying more such signs in an effort to slow down drivers. Ross Hailey Star-Telegram archives
Light trails from passing vehicles are seen in front of a mobile speed-limit-reading sign in Hurst. Fort Worth is in the process of buying more such signs in an effort to slow down drivers. Ross Hailey Star-Telegram archives

Fort Worth turning to more electronic speed signs to slow down motorists

March 20, 2017 05:27 PM

UPDATED March 20, 2017 06:00 PM

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