Shaq Davis Arizona Daily Star

TUCSON, Nev. — A new grant awarded to the Tucson Police Department will go towards increasing enforcement on city streets through September.

The $20,000 Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Enforcement Grant will fund overtime enforcement to catch people who violate laws known to contribute to dangerous collisions.

Officers will look out for: speeding motorists, red-light runners, vehicles failing to stop at crosswalks, school zone violations, jaywalking and bicyclists riding the wrong direction and on sidewalks, a police news release said.

Full story: Tucson police to use $20,000 grant to target bad drivers, jaywalkers

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