DUNLAP — Drivers passing through the area will know their speed as they’re approaching schools at one Elkhart County school corporation.

Radar speed display signs are now in place for Concord Community Schools in a move intended to make school zone driving easier and to keep children safer. The yellow flashing lights replace the signs that warn motorists to drive 25 mph as they’re nearing the school zone.

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