Ok, one old lady in a Chrysler did. But we hung out for one solid hour near the speed check placed by BPD and she was the ONLY one.

In fact, we saw well over a dozen cars and trucks actually SPEED UP significantly as they passed the box hoping to clock a sexier number? (Three were over 50 MPH. In broad daylight.)

But most were driving in the low 30s. Dozens and dozens of them. ONE CAR was going 25 MPH. That's it.

Highland Boulevard in Bozeman has three speed sections. There's a long 35 MPH stretch with a 25 MPH piece on each end.

It's a very busy street, running from Main Street up past the hospital, senior living neighborhood and then a long residential area until Kagy.

Highland is also home to one of the most popular trails in the area, with a well-used paved walkway that runs the entire length. There are crosswalks at nearly every intersection.

Individuals, families, kids and pets are constantly using the pathway and trails, not to mention trying to cross HIghland safely.

It's obviously the main artery to the hospital, with emergency vehicles often needing folks to pull over

Currently, the Bozeman Police Department has a speed check box set up as you approach Highland and Kagy...which is a 25 MPH zone. (It's also a high construction zone right now with the side streets being torn apart one by one.)

The moral of the story is: Highland Boulevard is an EXTREMELY important street. It's imperative to pay attention to the 25 MPH sections. It's no joke...kids and older folks in that neighborhood cross that street all day long. It's fully residential. It's not a racing circuit.