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In 2014, the B.C. government announced it would raise the speed limit on some Southern Interior highways including the Okanagan Connector.

Related: Speed limit upped to 120 km/h on Okanagan Connector, Coquihalla

Then in 2016, variable speed limits were activated with electronic signs. This past winter a number of crashes on the Coquihalla has spurred conversation about the speed limits once again.

Related: Variable speed limits, electronic signs now active on three B.C. highways

Now we are asking you what your thoughts are: