Late-night street takeovers have been a growing problem in Southern California. And when those streets get a little stale for takeovers, groups have taken the show to local freeways, creating a dangerous hazard while blocking and stopping traffic. So far, not many local officials have had a viable solution to stop them. But the city of Compton, California is at least trying something. Officials there have deployed “Botts’ Dots” on local streets to thwart these street takeovers, CBS Los Angeles reports.

If you’re unfamiliar with Botts’ Dots, they’re essentially non-reflective circular-shaped pavement and lane markers that are used across the country.

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Compton Installs Counter Measures To Thwart

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