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New Safety Signs In Webb City, MO

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Drivers along busy roadways should always use safety when sharing the road with cyclists or runners.  But now, new signs in place are reminding motorists to be even more careful.

The group "Look Four States" put in a "share the roadways" sign along North Maiden Road in Webb City, with the message for drivers to slow down on busy roadways and be courteous to cyclists and runners.

The sign was paid for by donations to the group, and officials say this is a small price to pay to save a life.  "We all have a right to use the roadway," says cyclist Constance Everitt.  "They are not or cars only.  They are for everybody who needs to get somewhere, whatever way of transportation they have available to them or they prefer to use."

Members of the group hope with additional donations, they'll be able to place more signs along more roadways.

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