As Los Angeles has struggled to keep speed limits current on major streets, there has been a 77% drop in the number of speeding tickets written annually by the LAPD, a Times analysis has found. More than 200 miles of city streets now have so-called expired speed limits and very little enforcement, including streets that are considered the deadliest for pedestrians and bicyclists. Others have seen their speed limits go up. Los Angeles Times
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