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News Release
Monday, July 19, 2010
Media Relations
   
   
Pedestrian Crosswalk Safety Enforcement Operation NA10185SF

What:       
South Traffic Division’s Pedestrian Crosswalk Safety Enforcement Operation

When:       
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Where:      
76th Street and Hoover Street
                 
Who:         
South Traffic Division Officers
South Traffic Division Community Traffic Services Unit

Why:              
This operation will be conducted in an effort to promote pedestrian safety through the enforcement of the rules of the road as it pertains to vehicle verses pedestrian violations. The goals of this operation will be to improve pedestrian safety, to change dangerous pedestrian behaviors, to change dangerous driver behavior, to change dangerous behaviors near school(s) and to reduce injury(s), death, and property damage associated with pedestrian verses vehicle traffic collisions.      

If you have any questions regard this operation, please call South Traffic Division Officer Kenneth Snowden at 213-485-7336

     
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