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Carroll sheriff’s office to add 10 solar-powered speed signs to its traffic calming arsenal

September 26, 2023

Carroll County sheriff’s deputies will soon have another tool available to monitor speeding drivers on county roads. The Board of Carroll County Commissioners approved a request from Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees earlier this month to purchase 10 solar-powered speed signs at a cost of $52,135 from All Traffic Solutions, in Chantilly, Virginia. The signs detect and display vehicle speed as drivers approach them, and work as a traffic-calming device to make drivers aware that they are driving at speeds above posted limits.]

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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