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See, Click, Fix: More potential speeding issues In Huntsville

Viewers said motorists are going well beyond the posted limit. (Source: WAFF) Viewers said motorists are going well beyond the posted limit. (Source: WAFF)
The first street we checked out this week was Broadview Drive in Huntsville. The person commenting on See, Click, Fix says drivers are using Broadview as a shortcut between Pulaski Pike and Sparkman Drive, and they're going well over the posted 25 mile an hour speed limit.

He says the city's put down a traffic counter but hadn't heard anything. We checked it out yesterday morning and didn't find anyone speeding.
Of course, it may be more likely during morning and evening rush hours.

Huntsville Police will send cars out to monitor. In the meantime, let us know what you see. 

We also checked out Poinciana Street and Marsheutz Avenue. According to the guest on our web page, cars speed there all the time and homeowners need police officers to slow them down.

We didn't find any speeders while we were there. Huntsville Police say they've monitored the area and have found some school traffic on Marsheutz, but that it was backed up because of the nearby school zone and crossing guard stopping traffic.

Officers didn't find any traffic on Poinciana, very little on Marsheutz and no speeders, but they'll keep monitoring the area.


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