Residents frequently report neighborhood traffic issues to their local police, who respond, monitor and act to enhance the safety of community roadways. They range from speeders who use their neighborhoods as cut-throughs during rush hour to drivers who regularly run stop signs. These types of violations can put families and other drivers at risk.
This summer, officers of the Sully Police District are placing extra attention on these complaints. The initiative kicks off today:
WHAT: Neighborhood Beams traffic safety initiative
WHEN: Monday, June 30, kicks off at at 3 p.m.
WHERE: Three neighborhoods in the Sully Police District. For details, contact Second Lieutenant Tim Burgess, Selective Enforcement Team, at the Sully District Station: 703-814-7000