England learns speed control from Belmont
Today's Globe gives us in-depth coverage of Navestock, England, which admits to specifically not filling in potholes as a method of controlling driving speeds. You can't drive around it, and that's the hole, er, whole story.
Isn't that what Belmont and a few other sections of local communities do? Not only do notable chunks of Belmont roads still feel awfully rough to me, it's always interesting seeing those few private roads in local communities that choose to not repair just one stretch of potholes, to avoid gathering too much traffic.