The Stop For Me campaign got off to a banner start.
Through the campaign’s first two days of education and enforcement events, police stopped over 500 people and issued more than 125 citations to people driving cars who failed to stop for pedestrians waiting to cross the street.
The first events were held on March 17 in the Union Park neighborhood, followed by two more events on March 21 on the East Side of St. Paul.
More events are being planned throughout the summer, keep an eye on the Stop For Me calendar to get updates on when an event might be coming to your neighborhood.
- Learn more about Stop For Me. more….
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- Read all of the news coverage of Stop For Me’s first week. more….