Arlington Safety Enforcement Today
Fair warning from the Arlington Police Department:
From 3 to 7 p.m. today, according to police, they will target four busy intersections for enforcement of pedestrian safety laws. This is part of the region-wide Street Smart campaign.
These are the intersections: North Veitch Street and Key Boulevard, George Mason Drive and South 13th Street, Columbia Pike and South Scott Street and Columbia Pike and South Frederick Street. (The first two were picked because they're near elementary schools. The other two are very heavy areas for vehicle and pedestrian traffic along the Columbia Pike corridor.)
What you'll see: Officers will ticket drivers who speed or fail to yield for pedestrians in crosswalks. But they'll also be watching for pedestrians and bicyclists who fail to obey traffic laws.
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