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Why are "SLOW - Children at Play" signs so rare?
Cities have long been discouraged to use this sign, since it is a direct and open suggestion that playing in the roadway is acceptable and safe, when it clearly is not. In addition, it’s unlikely that drivers who ignore regulatory signs, such as speed limit signs, would pay attention to “SLOW - Children at Play” signs.

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1. Why are "SLOW - Children at Play" signs so rare?
2. Why aren’t all crosswalks at intersections painted?
3. How does the City determine speed limits?
4. How does the City determine which intersections include stop signs?