(Arlington, VA) — The county board in Arlington will discuss lowering the speed limit on a popular street in the Rosslyn neighborhood at their meeting on Saturday. “ARLnow” reports the board will most likely approve the recommendation to change the speed from 30 to 20 miles-per-hour on North Lynn Street and Fort Myer Drive. The change is geared at improving safety, since the roads are heavily used by pedestrians. The board made a similar move in July, when the speed limit was lowered from 30 to 25 miles-per-hour along Wilson and Clarendon boulevards.
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