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Communities seek more ways to put a stop to speeding

Metro communities want more police control of speeders. Speeding has become more of a concern in the past year, despite police handing out more speeding tickets than in 2005. Cities are considering using more traffic-calming measures, like roundabouts, speed humps and curbs that narrow the street. Raymond Street in St. Anthony Park is detailed as a concern in the article.

I could not find a similar article in the Pioneer Press or other publication.

This is a good representation of the concern. It's a problem around the nation, according to the article, but this is the only article I could find addressing the issue.