Oak Park, MI (WXYZ) - Local police agencies have launched an aggressive traffic enforcement plan that will continue into the month of August.
Coordinated by Michigan State Police, the effort is being called "Operation Day-Life-Saving" and will concentrate on high speeds and aggressive driving.
Lieutenant Roderick Williams says the effort is not a revenue grab by police but a coordinated campaign to get the attention of motorists and urge them to slow down.
Patrols will be deployed five days a week, from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. during the months of April through August.
MSP provided Action News with the schedule of patrols:
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