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March 24, 2010

It Was a Matter of Time

by at 11:10 am.

Honestly, speeding on Lincoln St and a serious accident?? Color me surprised. Our neighbor got his house hit by a car twice in one year (the second time right after we moved in). I have no idea why people zoom through our neighborhood like they do, over a blind hill and all, and several stop signs appearing down its length. All I know is that I hear the speeders - cars and motorcycles - going by constantly.

I don’t know what the solution might be but if there were more enforcement somehow, it might help. Maybe we could be helped by a few caution signs, I don’t know. But I doubt this’ll be the last incident on this road.

I hope that the biker recovers and all, but god, people, don’t be idiots. Stop speeding on residential city roads. There are kids, other traffic, and parked cars, and HOUSES for goodness’ sake.

2 Responses to “It Was a Matter of Time”

  1. Tim Little Says:

    The upside of Lowell’s slow repair of potholes is that they act as Mother Nature’s speedbumps (or “sleeping policemen” as the Brits would say). There’s one block on our street where I’d swear the residents have petitioned city hall to NOT repair the street in order to keep traffic to an appropriate speed for a thickly settled area.

  2. Prince Charming Says:

    more importantly, if you’re on a bike, make sure it’s registered, insured and please wear a helmet. I know the helmet’s a stretch if you can’t do the other two but….

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