Results from Enforcement Project

University Peace Officers issued eleven citations during the two day province-wide traffic blitz. Of those issued, six were stop sign violations and two were for using a cellphone while driving.
With full term classes beginning soon, Campus Safety would like to remind drivers to watch for pedestrians and follow all traffic controls while on campus.
6 – Disobey Stop Sign
2 – Operate Vehicle While Using an Electronic Device
1 – Fail to Yield to a Pedestrian at a Crosswalk
1 – Learner Driving Unaccompanied
1 – Disobey Traffic Control Device

Peace Officers to Target Intersections on Campus

University Peace Officers will be watching for drivers failing to yield to pedestrians or oncoming traffic, and stop sign violations as part of Operation Crossroads today and tomorrow on campus. Special awareness will also be made for individuals not wearing seat belts or operating an electronic device while driving.
The U of S is very busy throughout the year, seeing large amounts pedestrian and bicycle traffic, in addition to vehicles. It is important to pay attention to the road while driving to, from or through our beautiful campus.
For more information, please visit SGI.