NewsCounty to track speed of drivers on County Road 21 SHARE ON: Kenny Trenton, contributor, Wednesday, Apr. 18th, 2018 Speed limit sign along County Road 21 in Haliburton. November 14, 2017. Photo: supplied by Kenny Trenton/93.5 Moose FM /Vista Radio.Haliburton County wants to know how fast you drive on its roads.Public Works Director Craig Douglas says the county is purchasing a radar speed sign, which will display a driver’s speed as they approach it. Douglas also says it’s a portable sign that can be used on different routes, but to start, it will be placed on County Road 21, towards Haliburton, near Peninsula Road.County Councillor Murray Fearrey says it’s a good idea to set up the sign where the speed limit changes from 80 kilometres an hour to 50. //www.myhaliburtonnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Murray-1.mp3According to Douglas, the sign will track how many vehicles pass it as well as speeds and send the data to a county computer. Douglas adds the sign will be set up later this spring. The cost of the sign is approximately $41,000 and is included in the budget.