Reducing the potential for serious injury and fatality crashes is the goal of the Nebraska State Patrol’s“100 Days of Summer” enforcement initiative. The special initiative designed to promote voluntary compliance with all traffic safety laws will run from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
In its sixth year, the “100 Days of summer” initiative provides motorists an opportunity to view planned NSP enforcement activities. Each day, beginning with the Memorial Day holiday weekend and continuing through Labor Day, the Nebraska State Patrol Field Services Division will work to hold at least one traffic safety enforcement operation somewhere in the state.
Interested motorists can visit the Nebraska State Patrol website at www.statepatrol.nebraska.gov and click on the NSP Enforcement Activities link located beneath the state map on the NSP homepage to access an enforcement calendar. The enforcement calendar will list at least one traffic safety enforcement effort per day. By viewing the calendar, motorists will access information on the type of enforcement planned and the location of the enforcement.
“Roadway safety is a shared responsibility,” said Colonel David Sankey, Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. “You can help us make this summer travel season a safe one. Remember to always wear your seat belt, obey the posted speed limit and never drive impaired or distracted.”