Naperville Announces Participation In Traffic Safety Initiative

The City of Naperville announced in a May 8, 2017 press release (titled “Naperville Police will participate with other agencies in Rt. 59 traffic initiative on May 9“) that it would participate with other cities in DuPage County and surrounding areas for a traffic enforcement initiative.

Typically, these types of traffic safety initiatives focus on speeding, distracted driving, those not wearing seat belts, and those who drive while impaired on alcohol or drugs.

Excerpts from the press release include:

From Will County to Cook County, participating agencies will use education and traffic enforcement in an effort to increase the safety of motorists using the thoroughfare. Naperville Police Department’s efforts will concentrate on speed, distracted driving and occupant restraint violations as well as other safety violations.

The following police departments are expected to participate in the initiative: Naperville Police Department, Warrenville Police Department, Plainfield Police Department, Streamwood Police Department, Bartlett Police Department, and Wayne Police Department, among others.

Additional details can be seen in the press release mentioned above.

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