Report finds fewer deaths, collisions among walkers
Montgomery County Police announced Friday that officers will begin a zero-tolerance program to crack down on minor moving violations for drivers, such as failing to yield to pedestrians in a crosswalk, and for pedestrians, such as jaywalking.
“It’s not like we’re writing tickets everywhere,” said Montgomery Police Capt. Thomas Didone. “But we’re saying if you’re in a high-incident area, and we’re conducting enforcement, don’t expect a warning. Expect a ticket.”
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