Police Boost Patrol Along M-59 In November to Curb Excessive Speeding
The Shelby Township police, along with Utica and Sterling Heights have kicked off a special traffic initiative to boost patrol along M-59 between Hayes and Dequindre roads in November.
Don’t be surprised if you see an influx of patrol officers along M-59 in Shelby Township and Utica during the month of November.
The Shelby Township Police Department has issued an early warning to lead-footed drivers that patrol along M-59, also known as Hall Road, between Dequindre and Hayes roads, will be boosted in the next month.
According to a press release, police said they decided to enact the traffic initiative after seeing an increase in fatal crashes, speeders traveling in excess of 85 mph and higher, drivers disobeying traffic signals and more aggressive drivers in the area.
The Shelby Township police, in cooperation with Utica and Sterling Heights will work together to patrol the shared major throughfare. Members from all three departments will be working special traffic enforcement details, both independently and cooperatively, throughout the day and night time hours.
Operation Safe Driving Initiative on M-59 will go through Nov. 30.