Titusville Police Remind Motorists to Pay Close Attention Inside School Zones, Reduce Speed

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This proactive citywide enforcement will help ensure that motorist’s slowdown to the posted reduced speed limits in school zones, put down distracting devices and be aware that students are walking and biking to school, as well as entering and exiting school buses. (TPD Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Titusville Police are continuing their dedication to the safety for schoolchildren by enforcing a yearlong proactive enforcement detail in school zones by reminding motorists of that officers will be highly visible in school zones and motorists will be issued warnings or citations when speeding in a designated school zone.

This proactive citywide enforcement will help ensure that motorist’s slowdown to the posted reduced speed limits in school zones, put down distracting devices and be aware that students are walking and biking to school, as well as entering and exiting school buses.

Additionally, it is crucial that every single driver, whether traveling toward or traveling behind a school bus must stop when the bus has its “Stop” sign extended and its red lights flashing.

Officers will be vigilant in combating the occurrence of non-compliant drivers who illegally pass a school bus by issuing citations to offenders.

Keeping children and students safe is a community responsibility.

The Titusville Police Department will continue this multifaceted enforcement detail throughout the remainder of the 2020 to 2021 school year.

Titusville Police are continuing their dedication to the safety for schoolchildren by enforcing a yearlong proactive enforcement detail in school zones by reminding motorists of that officers will be highly visible in school zones and motorists will be issued warnings or citations when speeding in a designated school zone. (TPD Image)

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