The speed limit on Donnybrook Ave. is 30 mph.
Fellow reporter Maya Golden clocked drivers with our "Speed Zapper," while I stopped speeders approaching the light at Loop 323.
"Did you know you were speeding down that curve down there?" I asked one driver.
He said: "No, I didn't."
"Were you not paying attention?" I asked.
"Are you in a hurry?"
Drivers like him worry Josh Bullard, who lives right in the middle of what used to be a dead-end road, but has now become a fast lane.
"I've had a dog hit, and people just go on," Bullard said. "They just, no regard for anybody else's safety or a pet."
His previous dog was killed, and Josh doesn't want the same thing to happen to Jackson.
We soon found out why so many drivers were speeding.
Julie: "Hello, sir, how are you this morning?"
Driver: "I'm all right. Am I in trouble?"
Julie: "You were going over the speed limit."
Driver: "Oh, please don't get me on camera. What was I going? What was I going?"
Julie: "You were going 37 in a 30 mph zone."
Driver: "I thought it was 35."
Julie: "No, it said 30."
Confusion about the speed limit. He wasn't the only one.
Julie: "Do you know what the speed limit is up there?"
Driver: "No, but probably 35, I would imagine."
Another driver thought the same: "35?"
Even Josh didn't know and he lives right next to the sign. Nevertheless, he and other residents just hope drivers will slow down.