BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The North Dakota Highway Patrol says it will conduct a border-to-border saturation enforcement effort on Interstate 94 from Monday through next Sunday in the run-up to the Labor Day holiday.
The Highway Patrol says it will focus on aggressive driving. Troopers will be watching for excessive speeding, following too close, lane change violations, hands free violations, failure to signal and other unsafe behaviors.
The southwest regional commander, Lt. Steve Fischer, says the enforcement effort doesn’t mean writing more tickets - it means saving more lives.
Although troopers will be focusing on aggressive behaviors, Fischer reminds drivers to share the road, be courteous, patient, and focus on safe driving practices.
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