(WXYZ) — Michigan State Police troopers will be back out on freeways in metro Detroit on Wednesday for another traffic crackdown.
Operation Slower to Lower Part 2 kicks off Wednesday morning. The crackdown will be enforced on I-96, I-75, the Lodge Freeway and Southfield Freeway.
Troopers are looking for aggressive drivers, distracted drivers, excessive speeders and non-seatbelt wearers.
MSP notes that the crackdown is the beginning of Labor Day enforcement.
Good Morning! Operation Slower to Lower Part 2 kicks off this morning. We are looking for aggressive drivers, distracted drivers, excessive speeders and non seatbelt wearers. This is the start of our Labor Day enforcement. The goal is zero traffic fatalities this weekend! pic.twitter.com/4NAiFHqEMn— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) August 28, 2019