April Traffic Initiative: Road Sign ViolationsPublished on April 4, 2022
Cornwall, ON – Throughout the month of April, the Cornwall Police Service (CPS) will be on the lookout for drivers who are violating roadway traffic signs as part of our monthly traffic initiative.
Traffic signs provide important information about the law, warn about dangerous conditions and help guide motorists. Intersection collisions account for over half of all fatalities and almost three quarters of serious injury accidents.
Officers will be focusing on sign violations involving both, motor vehicles and cyclists. Some of these traffic signs include stop signs, yield signs, no turn signs, no U-turn, and others. By creating safer intersections, city roadways will become safer for everyone to use.
To familiarize yourself with Ontario’s roadway signs, click here.
Enhancing traffic safety is a major objective within the CPS Strategic Plan. As such, monthly safety initiatives have been developed to keep the public informed and promote safer roadways and bike paths. These initiatives will be carried out by the Traffic Unit, as well as Community Patrol Officers.