Oakville Drivers Consider Yourselves Warned
A traffic initiative is underway in Oakville by Halton police.
“Traffic safety has been identified by the community as a top priority and is a focus of our district’s education and enforcement initiatives year-round,” said Sgt. Gus Bistas of the 20 Division district response team.
And it’s along residential streets where drivers “consistently disregard” the rules of the road.
Areas targeted have been identified to pose more risk to both pedestrians and drivers, say police, adding Project ‘Five-O’ has become an annual campaign that’s proven to be very successful.
This initiative runs from March 12 until April 2 and will focus on education - that means a warning - plus enforcement of the rules of the road.
In other words, a ticket.
Traffic concerns in Halton can be filed online.
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