(WXYZ) — Michigan State Police are celebrating success with their Operation Slower to Lower crackdown on I-75, I-96, M-39 and M-10.
MSP tweeted out the following stats from the first two days of the crackdown.
Here are the stats from the first of two days of Operation Slower to Lower:— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) August 22, 2019
365 Traffic Stops
215 Speeding Violations
11 Driving on Suspended License
17 Distracted Driving
202 Verbal Warnings
The top speed was 101 mph. pic.twitter.com/wRNQHnMZ7b
According to MSP, Operation Slower to Lower will have extra patrols to target speeders, aggressive drivers, distracted drivers and more to reduce crashes.
Police say they will be out on I-96 between Beck Road and Wixom Road and I-75 between M-59 and Sashabaw Roads. That's in Oakland County.
In Wayne County, they will be on the Southfield Freeway from Michigan Ave. to Outer Drive and M-10 The Lodge between Wyoming and Linwood.
The patrols will be out between 9 a.m. until the evening rush hours, so take note and be aware.