If you're traveling along Interstate 80 Saturday, be aware that Omaha police are enforcing the move over law.
Drivers are reminded to slow down and move into the lane farthest away from law enforcement or emergency vehicles stopped along the shoulder so they have room to safely work.
Created in 2009, the penalty for not following the law is a citation with a fine of up to $100. A second violation can cost offenders up to $500 and up to seven days behind bars.
Nationwide, there have already been two officers fatally struck when they were working by the side of the road.