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In Nashville, Neighbors Collaborate To Find Traffic-Slowing Solutions

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Living near a trendy neighborhood has its perks, but there are also drawbacks. Residents say the biggest dangers are speeding and texting drivers. Faced with these problems, residents typically turn to the local government for help. But in Nashville, neighbors on one street took a different approach. And it went rogue.

John Buntin of Here & Now contributor WPLN reports.

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