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 New Speed Limit to Take
Effect on Loop 534

Starting October 1, 2016
The speed limit along Loop 534 between Stoneledge Dr. and Beech St. will be reduced from 60 mph to 55 mph effective Saturday, October 1st.

Additionally, effective October 1st, a portion of Loop 534 bordering Tivy High School will be designated as a school zone. This school zone will be marked with corresponding yellow signs and flashing signals to alert drivers of the reduced 35 mph speed limit during certain portions of the school day. 
Motorists should be aware that new signage and flashing signals that mark the school zone and indicate the change in speed limit have been posted along these routes as of Tuesday, August 30, 2016; however enforcement of these new speed regulations will not begin until Saturday, October 1st.

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