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Why can't we have more stop signs to control speeds on our streets?
Stop signs are warranted on the low volume approaches of intersections to clearly establish right of way. Use of unwarranted stop signs often leads to disregard of both those signs and others in the vicinity which may be more critical.

White Plains has recently purchased a speed display sign which can be used as an educational tool to help reduce speeds in the neighborhoods. The sign can be rotated among streets where more frequent violations occur. It temporarily displays individual vehicle speeds (for three seconds) while permanently displaying the 30 mph citywide speed limit.

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1. What are those bird sounds I hear downtown?
2. Why can't we have more stop signs to control speeds on our streets?
3. What is that bright white flashing light that comes on during the red signal at Mamaroneck Avenue and Old Mamaroneck Road?
4. How do buttons for pedestrian work?
5. When can "Children At Play" signs be used?
6. Why do some traffic signals seem to take so long to change?
7. What is the purpose of rubber posts in the road?
8. What is the speed limit on streets without signs?
9. How many vehicles travel in and out of White Plains each day?
10. Why are there so many "No Turn On Red" signs in White Plains?