No warnings to be issued during expressway speeding crackdown

Published: 06/28/2019, 4:15 PM
Edited: 03/11/2021, 10:22 AM
(TULSA, Okla.) During the month of July, the Tulsa Police Department will focus on posted speed and hazardous moving violations on expressways through the City of Tulsa.  Tulsa Police Traffic officers and Motorcycle officers will be randomly monitoring expressways within the City of Tulsa paying special attention to any hazardous moving violations.  A citation issued for a hazardous moving violation or speeding carries a fine of $150 up to $500 and/or 10 days in jail; NO WARNINGS will be issued. The Tulsa Police Department reminds drivers to remain alert, refrain from using all electronic communication devices, buckle their seatbelts, secure children in a properly installed child restraint system and to pay attention to all warning signs.  Speed and hazardous moving violations on expressways zones are a leading cause of serious injury and fatality collisions within the City of Tulsa. The Tulsa Police Department’s goal is to reduce the frequency and severity of serious injury and fatality collision on expressways.                 


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