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JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON ROADS
200 ANTELOPE ROAD
WHITE CITY, OR 97503
The topic of high-speed driving is definitely on a lot of people's radar screens (pun intended). Whether you live in a quiet, residential neighborhood or travel down the interstate it is likely there has been a time or two when you have wondered if some drivers actually have an upper limit to their driving speeds. The issue of speed on our county road system can generate a lot of interest by concerned citizens quickly. Read on to see what you might do to help.
There are many resources available to people who are concerned about speeding. Speed zones along roads are set by the Oregon Department of Transportation which helps ensure consistency across the state. That being said, our department many times has a role in addressing concerns about speeding vehicles and we have a webpage devoted to the issue of signing and speed zones.
As mentioned in the subtitle of this article, there are three approaches to properly handling speeding along roadways, and like a 3-legged stool it takes all three to keep things standing up and working well.
Speeding vehicles are a safety hazard and it is worth working on this issue into the future. Thank you in advance for taking the time to study the information on our website and learn more about how this safety issue can be approached.