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Speeding on Minnesota roads? Expect to be stopped, police say

 

March 22, 2021

Leila Navidi, Star Tribune

A St. Paul Police officer pulled over a speeding car on Franklin Avenue SE. in 2020. An all-out blitz that started in February has state troopers teaming with county sheriffs and local police to crack down on lead-footed driving.

There is a problem on Minnesota roads and it's not potholes, as plentiful as they are.

Speeders are the biggest menace on the roads, and law enforcement is trying to rein them in before the busy summer travel season begins, said Mike Hanson, director of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety's Office of Traffic Safety.

An all-out blitz that started in February has state troopers teaming with county sheriffs and local police to crack down on lead-footed driving.

https://www.startribune.com/speeding-on-minnesota-roads-expect-to-be-stopped-police-say/600036955/

 

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