Coral Gables is lowering the speed limit on residential streets, citing studies that show pedestrians and cyclists are more likely to escape serious injury if struck by a car that is moving slower.
Coral Gables is lowering the speed limit on residential streets, citing studies that show pedestrians and cyclists are more likely to escape serious injury if struck by a car that is moving slower. Allison Diaz Miami Herald file
Coral Gables is lowering the speed limit on residential streets, citing studies that show pedestrians and cyclists are more likely to escape serious injury if struck by a car that is moving slower. Allison Diaz Miami Herald file

Coral Gables drivers will officially have to slow down on residential streets

May 09, 2017 06:17 PM

UPDATED May 09, 2017 06:42 PM

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