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Speed limit - Wikipedia
Road speed limits are used in most countries to set the maximum speed at which road vehicles may legally travel on particular stretches of road. Speed limits ... More »

Speed limits in the United States - Wikipedia


History[edit]. One of the first speed limits in what would become the United States (at the time, still a British colony) was set in Boston in ...

The History of Speed Limits in America: A Nation Speeding Up


Nov 13, 2014 ... 55 mph was not always the standard speed limit. Click here for some interesting facts on the history of speed limits in America.”>:

Connecticut enacts first speed-limit law - May 21, 1901 - HISTORY ...


On this day in History, Connecticut enacts first speed-limit law on May 21, 1901. Learn more about what happened today on History.

Speed Limit Signs: a history of speeding in the U.S. - Traffic Signs


The first speed limit signs were posted at city and town limits. Early signs were not reflective. By the middle to late 20's however, many cities required that speed  ...

Speed limits - history - Mike Todd


Dec 9, 2007 ... American speed limits - history. There is a commonly-held belief outside the US that the maximum speed on America's roads is 55mph.

Justifying Speed | In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress


Dec 7, 2012 ... Curious about the history of speed limits in the United States, I searched online for more information. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety ...

History of Ohio speed limit, and top speed limits by state: Statistical ...


Apr 22, 2012 ... With talk of increasing the speed limit on Ohio's highways, here's a look at how it has changed over the years, as well as a state-by-state ...

State Speed Limits - | GHSA

www.ghsa.org/state-laws/issues/speeding and aggressive driving

During that time, the federal government enacted mandatory speed limit ceilings on interstate highways and similar limited access roads through a National ...

Setting Speed Limits – Today in History: May 21 | ConnecticutHistory ...


No motor vehicle shall be run on any highway or public place outside the limits of a city at a speed to exceed fifteen miles and hour, and no such vehicle shall, ...