Cracking down on school zone speeders | October Traffic Emphasis

The Bonney Lake Police Department will be focusing more on speeding in school zones and aggressive driving during the month of October.

The Bonney Lake Police Department will be focusing more on speeding in school zones and aggressive driving during the month of October.

According to the monthly traffic emphasis the department released, “keeping children safe in designated school and park zones is a top traffic safety priority.”

Also for the next month, Bonney Lake officers will have a no tolerance policy on these violations and will be issuing infractions.

To read more about the monthly emphasis or to read some statistics on school zones, visit the department’s website.




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