Accidents have dropped dramatically at Ranger Hill along Interstate 20, about 80 miles west of downtown Fort Worth, since the Texas Department lowered the 75 mph speed limit to 65 mph. The agency also deployed an electronic speed limit sign, so the speed limit can be lowered remotely if driving conditions deteriorate. (Gordon Dickson/Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Jan. 14, 2015)
Accidents have dropped dramatically at Ranger Hill along Interstate 20, about 80 miles west of downtown Fort Worth, since the Texas Department lowered the 75 mph speed limit to 65 mph. The agency also deployed an electronic speed limit sign, so the speed limit can be lowered remotely if driving conditions deteriorate. (Gordon Dickson/Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Jan. 14, 2015) Gordon Dickson/Fort Worth Star-Telegram Gordon Dickson/Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Accidents have dropped dramatically at Ranger Hill along Interstate 20, about 80 miles west of downtown Fort Worth, since the Texas Department lowered the 75 mph speed limit to 65 mph. The agency also deployed an electronic speed limit sign, so the speed limit can be lowered remotely if driving conditions deteriorate. (Gordon Dickson/Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Jan. 14, 2015) Gordon Dickson/Fort Worth Star-Telegram Gordon Dickson/Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Once-deadly I-20 hill west of Fort Worth now safer

January 21, 2015 04:40 PM

UPDATED January 21, 2015 09:40 PM

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