GENESEO— The New York State Police Department urges drivers to slow down and pay more attention to the road as they begin the “Speed Week” enforcement campaign.
The campaign will run from June 7 until June 13, during which troopers will be using both marked State Police vehicles as well as Concealed Identity Traffic Enforcement (CITE) vehicles.
“Our top priority, as with all traffic enforcement, is safety,” said New York State Police Superintendent George P. Beach II in a press release. “The public can do their part to keep our streets safe simply by slowing down. Follow the posted speed limits, watch your speed and put your electronic devices down.”
Troopers will also be on the look out for distracted or impaired drivers, vehicle occupants who are not wearing seat belts, and other traffic violations.