(WXYZ) — Heads up, drivers. Michigan State Police will be conducting traffic enforcement along I-94 on Wednesday.
According to MSP, it will happen on westbound I-94 from Vernier to I-75 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The goal, police say, is to target people who driving aggressively, driving distracted and more.
They will also be looking for people who aren't following the state's Move-Over law as many drivers don't change lanes or slow down 10 miles an hour.
The goal of this initiative will be traffic violations for aggressive driving, texting (Distracted) and speed. Troopers will also enforce the Move-Over law as many motorists do not slow the required 10 miles an hour and change lanes as required.— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) January 8, 2020