Drivers still speeding on Gainesville’s NW 31st Drive
Kaitlyn McGrath, WUFT
Sign urging people to slow down
The Gainesville City Commission and people who live along part of Northwest 31st Drive are still trying to solve the problem of drivers speeding through the neighborhood.
Families and commissioners have ideas on how to slow things down. But as WUFT’s Kaitlyn McGrath reports, unlike the cars, solving the problem is a slow process.
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