COLUMBIA —After five years and two petitions, the city put in four new speed bumps Aug. 12 to slow vehicles on Alexander Avenue and discourage outside traffic. Workers reinstalled two speed bumps that had been paved over and put in a new bump at each end of the street.
Today's Question: How can the city slow traffic in residential areas like Alexander Avenue?
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