To curb speeding, educate bikers and gather data in Marin County’s open space preserves, the Parks Department will let Sheriff’s deputies use laser devices and radar guns to gauge just how fast bicyclists are riding on trails and fire roads. Ari Golan, the acting parks and open space superintendent, said his department is hoping to gather more . . .

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