PASADENA (CNS) – Police will be beefing up speeding enforcement in Pasadena this morning.
A so-called Speed Enforcement Program, during which patrols will be increased and officers will target specific locations throughout the city where speeding is most prevalent, was scheduled for 6 a.m. to noon throughout the city, police said.
“The program is an effective tool in educating the public in regards to safer driving habits,” said Pasadena police Lt. Randell Taylor, adding that the department is committed to reducing the number of traffic collisions and injuries resulting from speeding.
Funding for the program comes from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, via a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety.
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