STOW — Chief Michael Sallese wishes to inform the community that a newly formed Traffic Safety Advisory Committee is seeking input from residents to help identify traffic issues and to find solutions.
Fairfield Police Department to Increase Motor Vehicle Enforcement, Reminds Drivers to Obey Traffic Laws
FAIRFIELD — Chief Christopher Lyddy and the Fairfield Police Department would like to remind residents and commuters of the importance of obeying traffic laws as traffic levels begin to return to normal now that COVID-19 regulations and restrictions have begun to loosen.
BEDFORD — Chief Robert Bongiorno announces that the Bedford Police Department attended a presentation by criminal justice students at Middlesex Community College on motor vehicle violations last week, which concluded with recommendations on how to improve safety on town roads and intersections.
Chief Thomas Perkins reports that the Wenham Police Department will be increasing the number of patrols on local roads as part of the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” summer campaign.
Police Chief Scott Allen and Department of Public Works Director John Haines report that they are continuing efforts to address safety issues at multiple intersections in town.
East Bridgewater Police and Department of Public Works Take Action to Address Safety at Intersection
Police Chief Scott Allen and Department of Public Works Director John Haines report that they are actively working to address the intersection of Plymouth and Washington streets, where two crashes have occurred in the past 24 hours.
Chief Gary Sullivan would like to advise residents that a new Main Street restaurant opened this week and is asking drivers to use caution as there will be more pedestrians in the downtown area.
The Hull Police Department was honored last month with the AAA Gold Award for its traffic safety enforcement and education efforts.
NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy announces that the North Reading Police Department will take part in the national Click It or Ticket campaign to promote seat belt use through increased traffic enforcement.
Chief Warren Ryder announces that the Boxborough Police Department will initiate a Traffic Safety Blitz this spring and summer to encourage safety among drivers, cyclists and pedestrians.