TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) – Speed tables have been in use in some Tuscaloosa neighborhoods since 2011.
Now, Tuscaloosa County leaders are looking to slow drivers down by adding a few more.
The average table is about 3 inches high and can be up to 14 feet long.
The flat-top tables work by shifting as cars drive over them.
A proposal by county commissioners is up for vote in the coming weeks.
The proposal comes after neighbors issued complaints of speedy drivers.
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