I have to defend Byron in this case. Living in a small town (pop. 550) on a main route to Yellowstone, our Main Street turns into a constant traffic jam from June through October. We all welcome tourists and love having everyone here. The problem is, because we are 80 miles from Yellowstone, the tourists just want to run as fast as they can to get through us to Yellowstone. The speed limit in town is 30mph because the local population crosses Main Street all the time to visit friends and get to the Post Office and local establishments. Most tourists obey the speed limit, but a lot just ignore it and ‘blow’ through our town at 45 to 50 mph. It’s not a trap, it’s an attempt to protect our citizens from the dangers of speeders through town. We follow the speed limit, and all we ask is that if you are visiting or passing through, that you respect the fact that we live here and you are just passing through.