(WXYZ) — Heads up for drivers! Michigan State Police will be conducting two operations on Monday targeting drivers.
According to MSP, Operation Freeway of Love will continue on the Lodge Freeway from downtown Detroit to 8 Mile Road. They will be looking for excessive speeding, seatbelts, following too closely and other aggressive driving behaviors.
Today we continue with Operation Freeway of Love. This is expanding to include the entire Lodge from downtown to Eight Mile Road. We will be looking at excessive speed, seatbelts, following too closely and other aggressive driving behaviors. #DriveMichiganSafely pic.twitter.com/eQ022h7LZu— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) July 29, 2019
They also say they will continue increased presences for Operation Westside on I-96 near Middlebelt Rd. to look for drivers more likely to cause a traffic rash.
We will also continue our increased traffic presence on I96 near Middlebelt "Operation Westside" starting this afternoon. Both posts will be using their traffic units to look for those drivers that are more likely to cause a traffic crash. #DriveMichiganSafely pic.twitter.com/XzFTYxz9mq— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) July 29, 2019
On Thursday, police say they made 165 total stops during the first Freeway of Love campaign with more than 150 traffic fines.