traffic calming
 n.— «The idea behind traffic calming, a buzzword in traffic engineering, is to design a road to alter a driver’s behavior, lower driving speeds and make the road safer for bikers and less intimidating to walkers.» —“Roundabout again” by Andrew Nelson Telegraph (Nashua, N.H.) Nov. 30, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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